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The" Times are Changed and we are Changed With Them


40TH YEAR, No. 19 MIAMI, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1963 16 PAGES TEN CENTS



Thugs Kill Man Beat DELTA TO SPEAK HEAD AT I Driver Tried to Make 56 ,II'


I .JEWISH WOMEN'S Buick Travel 120 MPH


AttacksOne LUNCHEONThe __u_.. . .
Women in Holiday instant death came to three listed as Willie Johnewns, lar;

National Council of Jewish youngsters Thursday, when ot GIGo SW 03rd St., Charles
; Women Inc. Is their car, going at 119 miles an Lambright, 10, 'of G57P SW 69th
Sr. 45 cosponsoring
man was killed, another Edward A. Paul was his A luncheon on Wednesday hour, leaped a canal, crashed Road, and James Jenkins, 22,
wounded, and three women shot In the shoulder and Jan. 9) at the Everglades Hotel Into the opposite bank ana of South Miami, wh/ was tak-
were savagely\ beaten by two wife and mother-ln-lanv were with the principal speaker, Dr toppled back into the water. en to Kendall Hospital: and
women's wigs i beaten in their luxurious trail .
men wearing I treated for cuts ana bruises.
Jeanne L Noble national
and stockings over their faces' er home at OG70 NW 10th Ave., presIdent Three others escaped by
New Year's Day about 3 a.m. by two men in similar disguises of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority climbing through the windowsof Johenklns told police that
and who were burglarizing the and currently assistant the car. One was hospitalized they were trying to see how
Hershel Fields, 42, managerof trailer. professor for Human Relations and the other two were fast the car woula go and were
a 7.11 Store, was shot to The Intruders were allegedto Studies at New York Univer. treated at the scene and re heading south 0'. 117th Ave.
death at his home, 1417 NW be Negroes. Extra patrols sity.Dr. leased. Service Road at 110 miles per
09th St. Ills wife Lois. 30, was were 'ordered into the area, but Noble Is also a member of hour when ..Kennedy) tried to
pistol-whipped when the intruders police said that the disguisesworn the executive committee and The dead ore Richard Km- swerve the dar east to get
crept into the Fields' by the men made further hoard of the. Urban League of nerly, 10, of 5055 SW 07th St.. back on 117th Ave. The vehicle
home through a door left un dlscrlption of the attackers dif Greater New York. a Janitor at the University of leaped the canal.
Miami and driver of the
car
latched so that the couple'ssons ficult. 4 ;
Ronald, 20, and Gerald, Several outstanding womenIn Isaiah Small, 18 of 0570 S1A(10th He said they started the
10, could enter when they re A squad of 10 Metro officers the community will be recognized Ave., and John Brown, 25, speed stunt tit 1, 6th St., and
turned from a New Wear's Eve assigned party. questioned 12 "known armedrobbers" Williams for Leadership In Interracial miles an hour, J< 'Jenkins told
Richard McMillan and Blaze
Wednesday, but foundno Relations; Dr. Jean police.
Not long before the shooting suspect in the case. Jones Purdue for Pioneering In Zinder, Metro skin divers, said
Home Care for Chronically 111 they found Kenncrly dead In "Then Kennerly} yelled, 111
-- Mrs. Cyril B. Smith, Legislation -; the hack.Beat of the 1050 blue show you how thh thing can '
and white Buick, Small on the "
really
Education go.
Mrs. Vladimir
SUPPORT DIMES DRIVE ; canal bottom Just outside the
Vlrrick, Leadership In Urban car, and Brown lying on the "We turned over a couple of
Renewal; Mrs. Charles L. Williams -
bank. times and all I remember for
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> > Betterment of Educationfor
a minute was hitting the water
I. Negro Children, and Mrs. The three survivors wereANewTwist7' ," Johenkins said.
.S Laura Sutter, for Work In 4
r; I ,q Special Education for Children.Mrs. I

Suiter's award will Ite: \ ,;
made posthumously. .
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rottAli $3.00" Tickets FR each 326.)0.BUNCHE are' For.still available reservationscall at KKK, Posts $1,000 Rewardfor .. .;,. 1



GOES Alabama Q'mbers'' I


TO CONGONEW BIRMINGHAM (ANP) -I ton) or any organization and
II1aiDire. In an unusual and Ironic development groups that are sincere in presenting

YORK The United last week, the Ku Klux our way" of life through
Nations has announced that Klan noted for Its harassment lawful means.
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.Katie Whlckam,New Orleans,president National Beauty Guitarist" Undersecretary Ralph Bunche Joined In a drive to Shelton did not whether
i|League; Dr. X. L. Neal, Atlanta, Grand Master Prince Hall Masons of is going to the Congo at once apprehend the person or per. he believes night say riding and
Georgia; Dr. Richard V. Moore, Daytona Beach, president American to confer on UN operations in sons responsible for the bombings ' cross burning are legal.
Teachers Association, and Miss La Verne Thomas, Ilopcwell Va., prtaUI Katanga Province. The decisionwas of a Negro church and font In still another unusual development
I I dent New Homemaken of America, appeal for generous support of the made soon after UN forces homes here last Dec. 14. Police
1 I March of Dimes. The campaign opened Jan. 2. Aid for polio patients. Commissioner
birth defects and arthritis patients, depends on.money; raised In the 1961 captured Jadotville, 'a key center Robert M. Shelton of Tusca- Eugene (Hull) Conner, an avid
March of Dimes. in secessionist-Katanga. loose, Ala., Imperial wizard >f Segregationist, announced an
the United Klan of America! ''1all-out" Investigation of the
1 pledged the sum of $1,000 in behalf bombings. However as of last
of the Klan to help boostto week the Investigation\ had uncovered -

Orlando Sheriffs Indicted $0,250 a reward fund started no clues.
Deputy by the Birmingham Post-Herald
newspaper, for Information leading
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to the arrest of the personor 100 YEARS OF


for Falsifying Evidence in Rape Case I bombicngswhich the persons Bethel 1 responsible Baptist for Church damaged the FREEDOM OBSERVED TO JAN.BE 9

..- and the four homes. ,

ORLANDO Indictments were introduced as evidence 'from the rape victim exonera-
I Shelton, whose night riders In commemoration of the
returned by an Orange County during the trial. ting Shuler of the charge. have harassed Negroes in many Hundredth Anniversary of the

grand jury against two Lake In the I960 trial of Chatman On August 29 Circuit Court anti-Negro demonstrations In Emancipation Proclamation, the
County deputy sheriffs for falsifying Judge W Troy Hall granted a the past, blamed the bombingson Greater Miami Chapter of the
and Shuler the prosecution Introduced
stay of execution for the two "dogooders and the Communist American Jewish Committee
evidence may lead to anew as evidence plaster men who were scheduled for infiltrated integration Council of Community Relations
trlnl for two young Negroes casts of shoeprints belonging to death on Sept. 6. movement." will present "Wasted Human .
convicted and sentencedto the accused men allegedly taken Resources' a panel, Wed
death'on a charge of raping at the scene of the crime. The grand jury began its Investigation lie said his group denounces nesday Jan. 9;' 6 p.irU'at t h e
a ml dle.nted white woman In Two years, later, two). former on Dec. 10 and returned "acts of this nature" and was Everglade.lIot81.. ,
March 10CO. Lake County .deputy sheriffs, indictments against interested,'"as much .a* anyone -
''' Thomas Ledford and Noel Griffin Yates and Clark on ChristmasEve. in bringing guilty parties to The sponsor*'of (trie1 pr gram
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The two deputies James Jr., charged that the casts /justice. : 'He' also said tho Klan'regrets' are WLBW/.Chaanjl ,.10> t h e
Yates and Lucius Clark were : ,
not made at the scene of ':, the slanted imptcaeion! Greater Miami- -Urban Leagueand
indicted for allegedly falsifying were NAACP.Field Secretary Robert " the Coun U. 'Mrs.
the crime'' but in Clark's backyard that is "casr ,upon this 'ofganiza- Robert
evidence ,which led to the to the testimonyof ,W. Saunders reports that it Berber. is chairman '
conviction of Jerry Chatman, contrary Is anticipated that Chatman and
20. and Robert Shuler, 23, in Yates and I iClark. Shuler will receive a new trialin The panelists are: ''Martin 'Pine)
September, 1060. The Florida Last August, NAACP attorney light of the indictments -re- END TO HOUSING chairman, Miami public :Housing
State NAACP has undertaken Francisco Rodriguez of turned against the county law Authority; FsUhcc..Theodore
the legal defense of the young Tampa filed a motion for a new enforcement officers. The BARRIERS URGED R. Gibson, rector"ot' Christ
colored men who are now In trial on the basis of the NAACP is seeking to raise Epslcopal Church,:and presl.
death cells in the state prisonat charges made by the former funds to defray costs of the WASHINGTON Federal dent of the, Miami Branch of
Raiford. deputies. In his petition, the legal defense of the condemnedmen. Housing$ Administrator- RobertC. the NAACP: Howard McMillan
involvedin lawyer also included a letter Weaver has the hous- supervisor of Kleinwtary'JWtt-;
urged
Deputy Yates was cation, Dade County. Board ot
the notorious Groveland. Fla. + ing Industry, government and Public Instruction) ? "James
case of 1949. Both he and Clark the public to cooperate in an effort Whitehead ., director' ,Urban
worked under Sheriff Willis Miss. Residents ask Federal ProtectionJackson I to remove racial barriers League'' of Greater Miami. ,Mr;
McCall who, in 1952, shot and that prevent nonwhites from Juanita Greene, staff writer :of
killed Samuel Shepherd. and Lee In what was described AS' an a white lawyer, was buying afford.$ homes as good as they the Miami ,Herald_ will'be l mod'
seriously wounded Walter attempt to obtain more direct one of the men who represented can era tor. ', ''iIIil
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Irvin while conducting trial order-themto action, eight Mississippi residents James Meredith when the Weaver made the plea in releasing Presented r .T ';"' .' '* -*. ...
court for a new white attor enrolled at the University
Negro
including a the
a special study by "Pieturiffro
ed by the U. S. Supreme CourtYates ney, asked U. S. District Courtin of Mississippi last fall.Hlggs Housing and Home Finance will"also',be eta ..
was In the Irvin escort part- Washington to order Atty- and the other plain Agency Mused on 1950 and 1060 the award"'wtnaiiwr fIstt}
and, according shooting. Shepherd, engaR"ed General Robert Kennedy to arrest tiffs cited Instances where they census data. The study showeda !b produced$1.60 by WLBWj Atesiesiet' !
in the two .of four Negro any Mississippi law en- said they had been harassed by large growing but unmet per persoa", f'-J
and Irvin were convicted in forcement officer interferingwith officers. Hlggs said at one time housing demand among middle A large al endance'':1a.:'> nt1.
fcroveland youths frame-up in which Negro civil rights. several deputy seriffs threatened income non-whlte urban fam- pated a. the general'', ..iajla.
Questionable shoeprlnt casts Attorney William Higgs of to get rid of him. ilies. Invited. "- _""' -J,,





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PAGE 2 THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA. SATURDAY\ JANUARY 5, 1963
Salesman Sells



Half Million $ HERE AND THERE IN 1962



Insurance in Month I This is the first issue of the Miami Times in the New retail establishments, industries, breweries and other

extends best wishes to patrons ando manufacturing concerns.
Year. Ye Editor
CHICAGO ANP Whis
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friends for a prosperous 1963. Metro Negroes now driving buses. in Miami; 80 of
the top Negro Insurance salesman
in the maintenance
In the United States? We thought we would look over some of 'the happen-, them, and 52 are employed depart-

That distinction belongs to ings from the Miami Times file during 1962 and invite I ment.Transit Authority General Manager Octavio Cuevas

Cirllo Panamanian-born A. McSween sales, a 33-year-old wizard, your perusal. While we must keep on looking and pres- highly praised the drivers and said he had numerous calls

who In three years has made sing forward' sometimes it's good to take a retrospective and letters praising them
the successful switch from a glance; it helps in making comparisons. Therefore we
record-breaking track star at are giving you some items. Here and There in 1962 : Willa Ramona West, fifth grade student of Earling.ton .
the University of Illinois to Heights Elementary School integrated in September,
Life membership In the most
exclusive Insurance sales club won the final spelling bee for her school and will com-
In the world.A JANUARY pete at the Du Pont Plaza Hotel on May\ 9. She. was a

1954 graduate of the UnI- Bishop William Ernest, Patriarch of A. O. Church, straight A student.

versity the,former McSween all-white In 1957 Million crashed died on Jan. 1, Some years ago he lived in Miami. Tenth .annual' Elizabeth Virrick award for student-

Dollar Round Table becomingthe Eleven Trash Collectors' fired for staying from work conducted community service projects shared by four

first American Negro memo on Mondays.\ high; schools Booker T. Washington, South Miami
ber of the international organization
Police canteen integrated after four with
after he sold his first years Palmetto and North Dade.
million dollars worth of insur- only take out orders Page Fr. Theodore Gibson. Metro reports buses show a profit of $12,504 in operation
ance. Membership In the exclusive President Kennedy praises Roy Wilkins for NAACP from February 9.
insurance club rests not on eadtership -Says entire nation should be proud of him.
race but on the ability to meet Jollivette Plaza named for the late Cyrus Jollivette
the million dollar quota In a National Publishers hold their 1962 .winter ,
single year. Workshop in Washington Jan. 25-27. Will be in Miami\ dedicated. Guest speaker, Hubert M. Jackson' Intergroup:
this l' Relations Officer, Atlanta Regional office of Public
Life In the year.
membership
Round Table club requires the I City Commission named Slum Clearance Group Housing Administration, There are 30 efficiency units and
sale of a million dollars worth 36 one /bedroom units.
with four Negroes on committee: Elmer Ward, Charles
of Insurance for at least five I
consecutive vears. McSweenhas Hadl. y. Garth Reeves and Kenneth Williams West Palm Beach schools ordered to integrate.

met that requirement, and John Thomas falls in a yard fire and burns to de,' h. Franklin Federal Savings and Loan Association officially

more.A Charles Lockfoart\ named to City Charter Revision organized and officers elected.A .

Chicano sales representative Committee. trio of Miami teachers publish book entitled "Por-

for the Co.,New York Life Insurance Richard Powpll. Mtnpi'' contractor nnrnpf', a chair- traits in Color." They are Mesdames Gwendolyn Cherry,

Mr sw n hit the super hleh salesman point of mAn of the NAACP State Lnbor and Industrial Committee. Pauline Willis and Ruby Thomas.

his pales career when he dls- .
roCert of a total of $565,023
worth of Insurance for the JUNE
company In a single month. FEBRUARY
Three Negroes made political history for Miami
FfnlshW' third end of segregation at bus
among more Juctire npn .tmP"-t reports
than WOO contestants from when they were elected to the Democratic Committee.
throughout the U. S. and Cana. and railroad fprminaK Nathaniel Dean, defeated. former Democratic chairman,
'h In a mas:: ve promotional Franklin Fprlprpl, Loan Association approved by Fed- Holmes Allen in District 17. Dodd Johnson, Arelia
"Cornerstone Campaign" spon- eral Home Loan Bank. Frances Henderson committee
unapposed for
was wo
pored bv New York Life, Mc. Wil on ,.Tone of hire: ? and James Smith of N* "fOrlpnnn .
Rween hit man.
the fantastic total
last Villpd Instantly PH C""r I TPAVPa oxnresswpv at NW
October
while concentrat Sumner Hutcheson won in District 20.
ing exclusively on the Negro "5th Pt. P'+>, were Brooms at Hialenh race trnck. Mays, High School boast of three National Science
market In Chicago. The sales Ovn Killpns, rprpivp npr onRl letter of thanks from
campaign was part of nn expansion "esi'. nt for ,A:, fpstnre she rendered Scholarship winners. Lecsie Haynes of Richmond Heights,
:' program by NYLC to & Gloria Payne of Coconut Grove and Lee Miller Brown of
build a New North Building in rru: :\ode to resistor ? .OOO voters planned Perrine.
downtown New York. JnrVifi Robinson And M\then Gibson win Ray Mit.1ell's -
Miss Conchita Clarke of Lakeland, a Florida A&M
Golf Tournament.
North-South
University coed, made her professional debut at Radio
Nurses Get $1 City Music Hall: June 14.

MARCH Dade County School authorities announced 187
Wage Increase more Negroes will be attending mixed schools.
The of rr\c.4-"u'+>, annual fY1ppt oi' the FJonMn COTlO'rPflR:
cost hiring a licensed
practical nurse will Increase of Colored Parents and Teachers, held at West Palm Osborne Poitier of Hamden, Conn., former Miami
from $14 to $15 for an eight- Beak h. Times and Washington newspaperman receives a five-

hour Mrs.day Louise beginning Jan 15. Committee: reports Negroni excluded from City: Pension year contract from Elegance Stainless Steel Co. at a sal-
V. Bush,
duty chairman of Division private-9, Licensed System requests all city employees be placed on pen- ary of $30,000 a year. Poitier displayed sheer genius in
Practical Nurses Association sion flvstem. devising a program ,to increase production 400 percentlast
of Florida Inc., said the Negro Press celebrate 1H 135th anniversary.City year. President Sacks took a giant step forward in
state-approved l-a-day increase Coursp: club house to Negroes naming Poitier vice-president Divi-
will be the first in three years of Miami opens Golf of the New England
for the nurses. Pale Father Gibson.' Attv. (;. V. Graves Rev sion and presenting him with a 1962 Cadillac.

Edward Graham and other members of a protesting com
Florida State U. enrolled its first Negroes by admit-

DR. M. RADIN mittee. ting 12 for a special post graduate course. 'They lived ina

APRIL campus dormitory and were part of 75 teachers from
Sunday 10 a.m. 12 noon Broward County studying new methods in teaching junior

Obstetrics Supreme Court orders Rev. Theodore Gibson's case high school science..

General Practice reheard. Gibson had refused to rive investigation committee -
NAACP list of members. Was fined $1,200 and sen- Governor Farris Bryant, contributes $550 towards a
fund
1159 NW 3rd Ave. tenced to 6 months imprisonment. for helping Robert Hayes, FAMU speedster, to com-

Pone 374-1419 Daytona Beach janitor, lands $10,000 fish in Schlitz pete in the National AAU track meet.

Brewery contest.A CORE holds National Convention at Bayfront Park
Open daily 0 a.m. 8 p.m. one dav $200,000 building( strike ends whPft eicrht Auditorium Featured speaker, Dr. Martin Luther King.
laborers join the International Hod Carriers BT'
Building and Alumni Association gives award to Mr. and
Common Labor Union Local 472. Mrs. Thomas: Sutton who had five children graduates of
Delta Sigma Theta Sorority presents 86 Debutantesof B. T. W. High School.

1 1'/4 ACRES .1962. State Morticians Association holds 39th annual con
David Robertson of Miami, one of two Negroes en- vention at Hampton House.

PALM BEACH rolled in school of law at Duke Universitv appointed to Howard Pinder, who owed Uncle Sam $331,503 in
summer position as law student assistant to the commis- taxes on gambling operations, claimed made
they only
sion on Civil Rights.Florida's $86,000 on gambling, but the Internal Revenue Depart-
$375 first Negro Councilman elected. He is Atty. ment thought otherwise. .

M. M. Cunnningham. of Riviera Bea'ch' Palm Beach Federal Court orders University of Mississippi to ad-

;: County. mit James Meredith.
J i\ City of Miami asks Federal government for
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N wf rrk .. 000 for Urban Renewal Survey.
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: :t ... : canal near Nanles. The dead. Sherill Warren 11
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Ow t.. .... .,.... Mrs. Brenda Billing. Injured Daisv Tucker driver Russell Negroes in cast of "The Miracle Worker," the
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Me story of Helen Keller
at the Studio M They
t.wYr Playhouse.
M Nesbitt Diana Strong, Karen Freeman, 11, Kim Wilson
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: are Dorothy Graham
_.._. .... Mt r 7, and Barlbara Butler. (maid), and son, Wendell who
..,.,..... MIui. .. hdlMM wMlwt State Teachers' Association Played Percy and Cleo Jollivette, who portrayed Martha.
0.... _. ..... 2,000 strong, hold 72nd .
/ 1!. = .NiTh annual convention in Miami. R Federal
MArinnecVer' Housing Administration, receives -
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w Medal.
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: '- MAY Florist at Hampton House big success.
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-po ?: Perry, president and founder.
Net R.tn.r R...... Young Democrats entertain, celebrating ninth annual Officer Nathan Mack receives $100 award for outstanding -

$uF.d.rwi' Calendair Tea.World's police work. The award was given by> G. A.

JE 1-S6M Heavyweight Champion, Floyd Patterson Moore, owner of Jet Coin Laundry at 1159 NW 3rd Ave.
loses crown to Sonny Listen in first round. \
MIami florid. Millionaire
kech NAACP! steps up drive against job discrimination. Brazil William Pawley, former ambassador 'to
paid
Investigates employment practices of local businesses $25,000 to Castro for the release of Nester
Fitzgerald, Negro Bay of Pigs prisoner.





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AUGUSTA THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI. FLA. ' .
I SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1963 PAGE 3 i j-
$"25,OOO Urban Renewal Downtown project displacing "
3,000 families will start in 1963. Area 160 acres; i ;
NW 21st Terr on -the north, NW 13th and 14th Sts. on to ::1
Esso Gives CollegeFund1k
south, NW 3rd Ave., east and Seaboard Airline Railway $50,000
tracks the west..
on .
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States worst drowning tragedy, 17 children and a
i boat operator of Blessed Hope Missionary Baptist Church
t school drown when boat capsized in a lake at Quincy,


I SEPTEMBER _

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Benny O'Berry, owner of Magic City Driving School _
and Mrs\ Evadne Jacobs were the first two Negro graduates . r I.:
from the University of Miami. _
U. S. Senate finally approves Atty.' Thurgood Marshall ..fI
as Judge of Second U. S. Circut Court of Appeals.In .

the general election in November former Senator -
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Claude Pepper was successful with a 15,732 advantageover
his opponent. Negroes polled heavily for Pepper, I
who was elected to Congress in Florida's 3rd district-
North Dade, County.

James W. Whitehead succeeds Daniel Lang as executive _


secretary of the Greater OCTOBER Miami: Nrban League. } K ti



Grand opening of Franklin Federal Savings and

Loan Association. The biggest local event of the year. -------.--.-
Boy Scout Drowning suit settled for 520,000.:$ Andrew N ''\V YORK (ANP) The Since Its founding In 105rj tho! more than $1J: million In educa- \
Hopkins was drowned while swimming in a rock pit at a I United Negro College Fund has lasso foundation has tontrllKited ,\ tional old ,
South Dade Scout r'
Boy camp. _. --
the Esso -
received $50,000 from -- --- ;
Crusade for Voters, Charles Hadley, wagonmas- Education Foundation to help ''I I

ter, add 15,OOO in one week's crash drive. with the aid given each year DIMES DRIVE KICKOFF ,
Beauticians hold successsful regional: meet with the
by the fund to 32 privately sup I.PI" I.
Hampton House as headquarter.. ported colleges and universitiesIn !! ,,"' TUH't":: : nw'" 'to>>lit n.NJ l' _
11 southern states;

NOVEMBER The grant: was one of the largest r
In the Esso found,ulon'n!
Elliott J. Pieze, advertising manager of the Miami to-educatlon program for
Times dies suddenly (Oct. 27) on an Eastern Airlines academic
the 19G263) year
plane while enroute to a football game: in Tallahassee. [ ;
Citizens want electric chair for police murderers. The $50,000 check was presented
Enraged over cold-blooded murder of Officer Jerrell to William J, Trent Jr., I
United Negro College Fund ex.
Ferguson. ecutlvc director, by Robert O. .
vice president In
Police officers, GOO strong, paid tribute to Patrolman charge Goodyear of( the Eastern Esso Re- t4'1iJ 'ofq
Jerrell Ferguson, who was slain by two men on the nightof Humble N.Jland( Co. I
November 7. His funeral was largely attended by citizens Standard Oil Co, ( ) sixof Jachitd \
MAq ''r
in Dade Its affiliated companies pro- /
County. vide the financial support for
Policeman James F. Hines stabbed. in barroom bowl the Esso Education Foundation.
ing game by another slayer. Humble Oil. Jersey Standard ? p,,
George Stone, well known 4th Ave. grocer, killed by contributors.The largest affiliate. is one of the I
robbers as he left his store.
nation-wide program of
the Esso Educational Foundation
DECEMBERLocal totaling $1,798,500 this
year, Included unrestricted, capItal 1500.00 Is presented by l\IJII.l\Iury Clark, l.ill.iv I 'Itxui, president of '
farmers fight 95 cent minimum wage. Hold and science grants to near the 'Icxas Beauty Cullurlsli League.lo Dr. J. L. Pulton, volunteer representative \
ly 300 schools and special of The Nntton.il Foundation Contribution of the ''' In. HeuutyCiillurhtt '
hearing in Bayfront Park auditorium minimum
says a grants to a few major educational League h first half payment of (no-jrnr$3,000.00 project. 1963 '
wage for foreign workers would become state wide for organizations such as the !March of Dimes will be held Jan 2 through 31.
all workers and force greater mechinization of Florida United Negro College Fund. [

farming operations dropping out women and less efficient 0 _ -
male workers. Piece workers already receive 95 rr J ;
cents an hour. Frank Roche, president of Florida Federa- v : t. :, -::; (1' ">:'ell' .

tion of Labor said the minimum should be one dollar. ,! .
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Urban League Equal Opportunity Day Dinner quitea ':,1 rp,1

success. Hobart Taylor, ex-vice president of President's \ IUN' \ <
Equal Employment Opportunity Commission was speaker. L

Miami Beach hotels offer 1962 Orange Blossom
Classic fans special weekend package plan. '



AMONG DEATHS RECORDED kiiIT1

Bishop William Ernest Roberson, Patriach of the African -

Orthodox Church, Jan. 1.

Rev. Solomon R. Mclver, pastor of St. Marks Baptist
Church, Jan 10. NEW MEMBERS SWORN IN.-Vice President Lyndon B. Johnson, chairman of the

Rev. W. M. Mason, pastor New Zion Church, Hia- President' Committee on Equal Employment Opportunity, administers] the oath of often I

leah, February 6. to three new members of the President's] Committee. They are, left to right, Dr. Jonquil 'I i

Rev. Frederick Black, Bebruary 11. l Gonzalez, San Antonio, physician; David A. Scliultc, New York hueincwnmn} and Mrs.\ D'Jar' '
Mrs. Inez Davis, former school teacher, March 1. II. Watson, New York, wife of State Senator James L. Watson. /
Louise murdered. Body found under
Hynon brutally
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Rudolph Davis', 18, killed by Police -Sgt. in a friendly Virginia Pettus Dies .!CICCC'C'CI.C'CI( 'C'ICcC'C.c! :! flflC.ec.t.C""EeNHt"' 'CIC'C'C'.c'CltC'c' If" I
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contest. \ 3 BEDROOMS 2 BATHS CBS I
Benny "Kid" Paret died April 3 in hospital in New In New York

York from injuries in a fight with Emile Griffith. { $79 MONTHLY $400 DOWN !I
Eddie Allen, Water Dept: employee killed by depart- Pioneer Miamian, Mrs. Virginia -
ment's truck as operator starts lowering heavy hopper :MIckens Pettus, died Ina \ 2 BEDROOM CBS GARAGE j jJ
waste, June 6. ,New, York hospital, Dec. 21),
Rev. Matthew J. Fayson, pastor of St. Paul AME\ of a heart attack. She will \k J $69 MONTHLY $300 DOWN \ I
Church, June 29. burled on Thursday evening. l II I
Miss Nadeen Medly jumped from moving automobile She was a member of St. Agnes J Member of Miami: I !loan] of Itcultor '

on July 4, dead on arrival at hospital. Church ley Art and and the Social Phvllla Club Wheat-of Mi / riiuliman flf h''. If. A. t'ommllteo 1
Henry Harrison Cheever, victim of an accidental ami. She had been residing in 1 01'HO.VKHT >
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drowning August 5. New York for two years. Her 1
Mildred\[ S. Allen, well known undertaker, August 30. nearest relatives in Miami are 1'TJlIC/UJ: DKLlLIXGfl
her brother, Douglas Mlckeni!
Elliott J, Pieze, member of Miami Times Staff, Oct. and wife, and aunt, Mrs. Lucia I
27. Edden and a few cousins. Her CHAS. S. FONTANA! REALTOR
Shadnach. Ward, ,businessman, died suddenly Nov. 15. remaining; relatives are In New .:
member of one of Mi- York where she died. In her I Avenue PL 1.7111 \ (
Mrs\ Mary Louise Chapman, early youth she was well known 6016 NW 7th
ami's oldest families, died Dec. 8. for her musical talent in MI. I tMtt&3ix I
Mrs.\ Alice Dean died December 15. I ami. ;*iaajtjt: >>a;teSt3a, raI JIt ; r.ar :J.xa, Ji>sta tyt l'

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down as a public nuisance.
.iiheerrrl. as Rerntnt,C1b, ')ffaltP t; August tf, 1027, at the Post OffklV
*$'T nt !Miami Florida" tinder the act of March 8. 1R70 Sections of Peyton and Har-
lan Roads in Atlanta's west
"CREDO OF TIIK NEGRO PRESS" end were closed by wooden
TilE NEfiKO PRESS believes that America can beat lead the world barriers on Dec. 18 under an
from racial' and national antagonisms' when It accords to every man ordinance adopted by the Boardof
regardless) of rare color or creed his human and legal rl hu. Hating Aldermen as an emergencymove ;'' /3;. ;
no man. fearing no It""n-fhe" Negro Press! strlias to help every man to stabilize the racial
In the firm belief that all men are hurt as long as anyone is held situation.
back .
Negro leaders and organizations
protested and two court
YE EDITOR'S NOTEBOOKAs suits were filed.
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we enter the New Year we were wondering if, or among the complainants in the Host WMBM Radio Live. He will be calling you on the
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filed in Superior Court and no
Will Metro during 1963?
run more smoothly hearing date has been set.

Will our city government become united? Negroes picketed the barriCade Got a Spare Room you want to ''Rent?

The to from information in our for several days carrying
answer seems come
. placards reading, "Atlanta'sImage. Try A Miami Times Classified Ad
daily newspapers. To wit: City Manager Melvin: Reese'sposition A Berlin Wall," "Pey
seems to be riding on the sea of uncertainty. The ton Wall Must Go," and "We ;jl. ...!lo; 'rIrZ. .. ...1..1... j .TJTJT..
.-city commission seems adverse to giving him a vote of Want no Warsaw Ghetto. Open ,
I,confidence. They have passed a resolution endorsing him Peyton Road" 1'rn Niwi1rar

iot the present anyway. Mayor Ivan Allen sought biracial prrnU1
negotiations but they
'*. Ye Editor needs not mention the ins and outs of fell through. The Negro com
"Metro's; Manager Irving' McNayr. It is well known. munity's numerous organizations tn Iou -- nub !Up
said they wouldn't talk
What we would like to see is both county and city about compromising until the
managers appointed or elected for a four year term. If: "wall" came down. >
they have done a satisfactory job, reelect or reappointthem. iin mean gnu!

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'* ,This would certainly set their minds at ease and prob- FAMU Band in 'Pro We light the new candle of 1963 from the fading
ably better fit them for carrying out their program. flame of 1962. >
Wlhat's good enough for the United States, shouldbe Bowl PlayoffThe '
good enough for Dade County. Our wish for the new year is that' this flame
r. halftime show at the will cast strong and, steady light of peace over all
III III IIII Orange Bowl during the Pro- peoples of the world, illuminating the darkness' of

I Dade County will in all probability have a county be Bowl one playoff of the game most promises colorful yet to hate: and fear.YOU.R.

safety authority. An ordinance giving county commissioners presented in the Magic City.
authority to appoint a member board, and two The famed FAMU TRAVEL AGENT IS
ex-officio members has been drafted "Marching
by County Attorney 100" will use as its halftime
Darrey Davis. theme: A Salute to Athletics, STILL YOUR BEST FRIEND
The members will not be paid but there will be a when they will form the fig. .
staff on salary. ares of present day athletic
More about this at a later dato. greats while music.marching to appropriate Many inexperienced ,travelers, not realizing that,
accredited travel agencies\ DO NOT CHARGE the
III Jerry Jasper, Orange Bowl public for ticketing and related services, fail to receive *
The International Association of Chiefs of Police is Queen will be presented, and a the many cost-free advantages which could be

conducting a county-wide police survey with special em- band post will bowl also show be presentd featuring with the ) gained ,through the use of agents' 'know how.'

phasis on Metro's Public Safety Department. the theme being the "Marching 0 l

As you probably know, our present sheriff is T. A. 100" Goes to Birdland. Travel bureaus are paid in commissions by hotels, air
Buchanan. and steamship lines. Transportation prices are, regu-
Sheriff Kelly is fighting his dismissal. lated by the government andl! must be adhered to by
NEGRO IN LABORIS all carriers and their representatives.Your .
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" The Episcopal Church in the Diocese of South Florida DISCUSSION tickets therefore, cost EXACTLY THE SAME
J ,the Rt ,Rev. Henry J, Louttit, D.D., Bishop, begins whether you purchase them through the or
"A Crusade of Faith" on January 6, Feast of the Epiph- TOPICThe directly from the carrier involved. agency
any and continuing through January 31. .
Community Relations
Opening in Orlando's City Auditorium on Sunday, Council will present William The next time you take a trip why not consult your
in that ends Owens, president of Dade Coun- ,travel agent?
the Crusade 10.
city on January ty Federation of Labor and Inquire About Our Trawl
The Crusade will have a five-day stand at Bayfront Melvin Jackson unit supervisor Now and Pay Later PdanNorth's
Park Auditorium here Jan. 27-31.. of Florida State Employment
Service, as discussants on the
III III M topic "The .Negro and Organ TravelfBureau
ized Labor in Dade County,* on
Greater Miami Crime; Commission, Daniel P. Sulli- Jan. 14, at 8:30: pm. CHARLES C. NORTH, Manner

van, director, ,not satisfied with the way things are goingon The meeting will be held at "WE COVER TIlE CARIBBEAN"
in the Miami Police Department, has come 'up with the Hampton House, 4200 NW 1104 N.W. 3rd Avenue Miami, Florida
figures claiming'that one third ,of Miami's burglaries are 27th Ave. Council members are
not investigated. This brought a prompt, denial from Police urged to be present and to Phone FR 9-8451
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Chief Walter Headley who wanted to know how Sulli- .bring guests .!,...... xrc 1"1"'I"P'r.1"lri'nnr.!.II.\UL-rIr....II'n"':J[ T.JUI D.
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Student Journalist is Named One of SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1963 PAGE 5

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._ :,,' > "" Nr Ladles Auxiliary of the National Dental Association, and Bishop George
i 'I' y ,< \V. Baber, Germantown' Pa., are leaders among the thousands of March '
t. ;ft. '. of Dimes volunteers. Campaign "workers for the Dimes Drive raise foods \
to prevent crippling and to provide aid for those crippled by birth defects, I
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been issued against public from taking any direct or indirect ,I
magazine's 1962 Merit Award winners, honored for signal achievement school segregation in two areas steps to close public I' ''
of Powhatan County schools. Apparently he was I (
during the past year: ((1) Sidna Brower, student journalist; ((2) Stephanie Merton and Virginia the town- of Fredericks- aiming to prevent a repetitionof J

Russell, social worker; ((3) Maggy Reese, fashion designer; ((4)) Charlayne Hunter, burg. the situation County, in where Prince public Edward I I

student; ((5)) Barbara Harris, actress; ((6)) Regina Sarfaty, opera singer; ((7)) Joan Judge John Uutzner Jr., in I schools were closed in 1059 to

Brown, painter; ((8)) Margaret Smith, tennis player; ((9)) Ann Eckels Bailie, space I issuing the Powhnttan order, prevent integration.

scientist; (10)) Edna O'Brien, writer.

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NEW YORK, N. Y.-Sidna as fresh and breezy as her clothes, and received her M.F.A.there.She ....
Brower, a senior at the Universityof she started her career in depart began painting when she was 16, Hearing Monday The two men will appear before
Mississippi and editor of her meat-store window display. Her went briefly nonobjective, and has Judge Grady L. .Crawford
college newspaper, The Mwwip- imaginative designing flare came now returned to imagery in her Without Jury I at 9 a.m. Monday and give testimony
plan, has been selected by Made to the fore when she turned tablecloths big, freely handled, sensuously : without a Jury
moiselle magazine as one of the into wacky dinner dresses. colored paintings. In 1960 she was I Ferguson was shot when he
The who killed
two Officer
men
ten 1962 Merit Award winner By now, she is very much in bud. much the youngest painter represented stopped the ,two paroled convicts .
For the twentieth successiveyear ness, coast.to coast. though she in the Whitney's Young Jerrell Ferguson last Nov. for questioning :'r.
silver medallion awards were claims it is as much fun as hard America exhibition, and has had 7, changed their pleas to guilty : -.--- ..- --- -----
all work "clothes shows both home and Wednesday, and admitted
presented to ten young women ( are spoofs") one.man at
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in their twenties.The Merit Award CHARLAYNE HUNTER, twenty, in New York. Her work is includedin fatal shooting.The BARRON UPHOLSTERY
winners were praised by Betsy will graduate from college in June a number of collections such a* first degree murder trial WORKS ,1'1
Talbot Blackwell, Mademoiselle' -the first Negro woman to do so the Museum of Modern Art, the for Willie Lawrence, 30, and
edltor-in.chief, as young women at the University of Georgia.. Her Allbright Gallery in Buffalo and Gerald Fisherman, 30, which Uout upholstery tor lessWe
"who have already distinguished admission in 1959 stirred up an the Williams College Museum. Besides was set for Monday, has \been pick up and deliver
themselves In their fields and are ugly tempest of resistance among this precocious success, she canceled by the change of I Call FR 4.2320
expected to achieve even greater white segregationist students-a teaches art at the San FranciscoArt 1>lea.
honors." lonely frightening experience that Institute, and is married to a --
Mill Brower, twenty-one, a native Miss Hunter went through with sculptor and has a son.
of Memphis, courageously determined courage, crossing a MARCARET SMITH, a twenty. WE WILL BUILD ON YOUR
published a widely reprinted editorial frontier in American history. She year-old Australian girl, whose LOT ;
pleading for moderation has since won general admiration home is in Melbourne, is generally r
during the riots over the admission a scholarship student, she has considered the finest woman tennis NO CASH REQUIRED
of Negro student James Meredith. been on the honor roll, the dean' player in the world. Though, she
She also started a drive to establish list, has won a national sorority has not yet won at Wimbledon, she I
a $1,000 scholarship in mem award, works on the college news is a marvelous server and volleyer. 20 different plans to choose from
ory of Paul Guilhard, the French paper, and looks forward to a ea. and has the best ground strokes of
reporter killed at Ole Miss. Miss reer in journalism. any girl now' playing. She holds For information call . I
Brower plans to get her master' BARBARA HARRIS, twenty-five, national titles in Australia, Italy
in journalism and later pursue has spent about a year playing the France, and Switzerland: has won JOE BURTON 4221 HallandaJe Blvd.
some aspect of the field. schoolgirl siren,Rosalie Arthur important championships in the .
The achievements of the other Kopit's off.Broadway production, U.S. Including Forest Hills last
"young women of the year", who "Oh Dad, Poor Dad," and at the fall. Unless she gets married, she Highview Homes ..Inc.
are featured in the January issueof same time has managed to put in expects to go on playing tennis ,
Mademoiselle,range from head some New York appearances with but "either way, I'll be happy."
line performance in sports and the The Second City, the improvisations ANN ECKELS BAILIE, twenty- Hollywood Fla. Near Carver Ranch
arts to signal accomplishment: in group she got her real start seven,i G a graduate of Middlebury
science, fashion, and social work. with in Chicago.She has appearedon College where she majored in ( just east of Home Federal .Ba .k)
They are zSTlPHAm& television on "Playhouse 90" msthenutics. In 1959, she was: coauthor
MUTON RUSSELL, a and the"Alfred Hitchcock Show. of a paper in which deviations Phones Miami WI 5-0661 Hollywood YU 9.0113
twenty-three-year-old psychiatric Beside rave notices, she ha won she baa observed in the orbitof
social worker, who is working on an Ohio award as the best actress the U.S. satellite, Van urd I,
her master' degree at the University of 1961.2 and is going into rehears were uaed to prove that the earth 'tK CKKKK RKKKKKKKKKKKr of Southern California. Her al in the Rodgers-Lerner musical, is not round, but pear-shaped. She
interest in mental illness started in "1 Picked a Daisy"next fall. was then working in the Theoretical .
college when she was a leader of a RECIKA SAMTATT a twenty-four Division of the Institute of
group of Harvard and Radcliffe year-old meuo-soprano, made her Space Studies; she is now st God-
students who set up and operated debut at Town Hall in New Yorkin dard Space Flight Center in Mary
Wellmet, a halfway house for 1958 after studying on a echo land. She i It married and the
schizophrenic patients, a project arship at m illard. Since then she mother of two children.
that has opened new avenue of ha sung such role a* Cherubinoin EDNA O'BRIEN,twenty-nine, was
approach to the treatment of men "The Marriage of Figaro" and born in the west of Ireland and at I
tal illness.After graduating magna OctavUn in "Der Rosenkavalier" seventeen went to Dublin to study
cum laud. in 1961 from Radclifle, with many American and Europeanopera pharmacy. Later married to a
Mrs. Russell did graduate work in companies.The mellow rich novelist, she had two sons and
the field of psychiatric social workat net and dark color of her voice, wrote two novels.! The Country
Simmons and continued her a* well as the elegance of her Ctrl (I960)) and The Lonely Girl 1 1
association with Wellmet before acting and the intelligent artistry ((1962 reflect, with romantic sad ( 'L 4' j\\\\\
moving to California. of her Interpretations, have been ness, humor, and sensuous veri.almWtude L
MACCY REXSE twenty-nine, i fa a widely remarked. A* one critic ,the texture and content i M I"
young California designer with a boldly pat it, "AH the attribute of a life much like her own. She -- .
sense of humor. Her clothes-in for a destiny of greatness." has since written two plays which ,I
which the spirit of Claire McCar- JOAN Baowx,twenty-four, a native are being produced in London. '
dell breathes-an casual,slightly of San Francisco,, studied at The Lonely Girl is to be filmed in ] 1j
kooky and very young. Personally the Saa Francisco Art Institute Ireland next spring.Dugie's /} .

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like to remember friends too wonderful to forget.

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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA.


Negro "Gimmick" Radio Must Go! SATURDAY----. JANUARY 5, 1963 PAGE 7 ,'I J iJ i


Newsman Says heartless bludgeoning of the Hon where I worked . This !SS1\S1S1S. '!11'!MSS .StS ti!.!rr1.11SS.. r.SS '. 57.S!N.r ''' ''::..1Y77

Negro listener! Is preceded by a fanfare of

trumpets . cascading drum-
Purpose is to But don't get the notion that roll and an off-stage voice thundering nil

all Negro radio fools the listeners the startling bit of in ttI ,

Exploit The NegroBy with this Gimmick type formation that Negro radio Is"letting"

programming. Until a change In the listener hear a
white artist.
BUDDY LONESOMEThe
programming some six months

writer of this article, ago, the station where I was Most of the sinister Influence $3

Buddy Lonesome, is a newspaper employed as news director, wasa in Negro gimmick radio comes %' tnaer
from
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man with 15 years' experience passable, sometimes even enjoyable top.

in both radio and exponent of radio. This The manager of the station .
was the status quo . which rrr
weeKly newspaper. In February I knew intimately for a blustery person, Illinformedon .............. ....... .......n...__ r"
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of this year, he was selected two and a half years. It certainly munity matters, dons in a the chameleon-like Negro com By ALBERT W. COOKS ,

as a recipient of the Coveted wasn't radio at Its best, mask of affability. You'll find "I 1IAVK TO MVK WITHMYH1CLP
Newsman's Award of but at least the Negro listenerwasn't him for' Instance, parading : \ AND SO . things realize fret me mildly because I .
that world-wide news gathering constantly . shilled, proudly before that this is not so mucha
agency the Associated Press. barked at, exhorted, cajoled and congregations Negro church Perhaps you have read this matter of character. It is
pleaded . to buy this or that singing when column over a period of time more a matter of self preservation
they .
Lonesome, until his recent product! When, in truth if the sing shoulng when and suspect me of being anything than spirit, it is a partof
they shout
separation, was news directorof product was any good at all . posing as their God ,: but a young man in the price of daily living, and f
KATZ in St fearing friend! lie's the man I endure it all "
Radio Station it would hardly even employ search of personal freedom without becom- \iv
Louis. Before that he was editor who has not only adopted ing profane and with
the device of Negro Gimrulck Moses Some readers among you may as much
and publisher of his own 'adlo . to showcase its goods has as forward a brother, but yea, suppose that I am some kind grace as I can summon

weekly newspaper, The St. . Sometimes other staff memo lead come the to personally of a nut. No one who has followed ,
I Negro to Moses! You
Louis Chronicle. Prior to that } I here in
bers and I would ponder the will also find me as grew up
he was associate editor of the reasons for some few commercials instance, in the Klnloch same man, for Miami could suspect me of being I "I KNOW WHAT OTHICK8NKVKH i.,
a
St. Louis Argus, and also servo products which we knew gaily buying drinks for all Uwern.andsundry anything but a nice young KNOW" l
ed as theatrical page editor of to be of high calibre, utilizing and man Ask about me and those
the Baltimore Afro-American Gimmick radio, and concludedsome of "tho, best drunkenly damn kids"boasting who think they know me well You ask, if I am some kind
his
newspaper. In 1957, Lonesomewon minor exec, just must announcing staff. on will "say, "He's a good boy, a of a nut? Yes, I am. How did
an award from the National nave goofed! hustler a good teacher, and you guess? I admit it. Why not?
Negro Publisher's Association This same manager in Negro a fine husband. Certain ones If to be different makes me
for his coverage of the But, let's get back to the inner Gimmick Radio exhibits!:! a complete among you may even suppose crazy then I'm sick. If to think I\
Montgomery, Ala. Bus Boycott. working of gimmick radio, lack of moral responsibility. I hat in me they see a sweetnessof or reason makes me insane,
Lonesome, a newspaper man as foisted on the Negro community lie gambols nnd cavorts character. then I'm nuts. If to try to understand -
first and last, reports he is and believe me I'm only about the Negro neighborhoods myself, my community

alarmed at the methods he saw too glad to finally be able to in u Cadillac, with u large orchard . I WANT TO UK, FIT and our world as I pass through
used in Negro Gimmick Radioto unourden myself. First, there available from which to t.ltI'HI: IJI"' TO KNO1V"lielievo life makes me a Jerk, then I'm
garner advertising thereby is: the subject of music. pick his fruit . And pick he as nutty as u fruit cake."
bilking the Negro Press of its does, promiscuously, carelessly it or not, I was sweet
In
Negro gimmick radio the
and gentle. Once upon u time It r
tossing aside that
"fair share" of which has
rightful com
premise is tnat the Negro lis been was easy for me to accept
munity advertising.I've tener is not able to alt/:)urb good barely tasted. : things blindly, but times have "WHATKVKIt HAPI'KNB I

music. The credo being that I know of one Instance where most decidedly changed as WANT TO UK HULF.

music must be loud, fast, and this white manager in Negro has my outloog on life 1 am ItKHI-KCTIlVa ANI
just come out from under Dluesy , but always with that Gimmick Radio was called aside no longer able to go along with CONHCIKNCM PltKK"

six months of Negro "Gimmick" strong, pulsating, jungle beat! by a I member of his staff. The status quo as a result. 1 have Have you thought
Radio! And WHEW! . that Mo kiuuing, tnais\ mo uo-or-uic manager was told of certain talk built up an acute intelligence that the: so-called of the fact
flattened feeling Is as if a normal, along with gospel music In the community concerning he complex. I am a young man a large sense nuts have In
steam roller had embedded me i which must of a necessity be and another comely staffer who makes mistakes daily, hour. been the out.stnndin" -

in the concrete gutters of the discoursed on in another para Negro stenographer This man a ly almost every time I open What? about people Christ in our? He world?

Ether Jungle. For, to put it graph. ager shrugged off the gentle my mouth. Just when n fellow the most different was

mildly, Negro Gimmick Radio No other kind of music, but"Jungle" entreaty with . "Listen, I'm thinks 1 am most peaceable at time. person- of His
stinks, and stinks to high hea single, entitled to live times 1 explode In a flash of What alfout
music: will do . my own Shakespeare
ven. Pardon me, as I don some especially taooo are the recordings life, and what I do with my temper When I do, It is because Henry Ford? These or
guys must
J have been aroused emotionally
fresh clothing and this horrible private life I is have
get 01 sucn top-notch Negro my own business" been crnzy. I'm not com-
taste out of my mouth.In artists us Duke Islington, h.ila (1)(!) beyond my endurance. paring my self with guys like

. CAN XI \'J':1t: II1J) the Wright Brothers
Fitzgerald, Johnny Mathis, Also .1 ) or BenJa-
Negro Gimmick Radio, as a prIme requisite In Negro
aarmny Davis, acid the like. Gimmick :MYHKI.P: 1'IUMI:\ MIC" min ranklfn.Think about Den
compared with the "normal"radio Hndlo i Is n "take
They a sound:; too good . too : Franklin flying a kite !In tho
of the white stations . over" of the Negro Community. It seems to me, we grow rain!
lie
there's a wholesale reliance on cuuurui, too taiemed, too non Using the back door of "public smart too late or else we grow must have been sick.

gimmicks, which come in a waste, 10 be broadcast over gin? !ity" over his I station, the manager old too soon.) Despite my outcries Apparently making a prerequisite for
muck radio. I 1 admit that 1 am not a some sort of contrlbu- it t
wide variety . using all sorts gets deeply ensnared in the
"know it all.! Custom and true fnonl.Jh wwW to .to bo sick
of lures . we dupe the Inner But, just as It is imperative vital organizations such as the us was ,
dition have been around for Martin Luther
cent listener to make him NAACP, the Urban League and along
,
in Negro gnnmicK. ruuio tnat Den Franklin
think he's even the YlfCJThe! leaders of time. There have been excellent and Jesus
getting something ( Christ.
jungle music:: uc incessantly leveled It is for thIs
when . in reality, he is getting at tne poor listener ins these organizations) accept any reasons for them to sur- I don't mind beIng reason that I
vive In the And there's classified
and all such offers of past. asU'ong as
a big FAT nothing! publicity
ears must also lAi soothed witn a nut. I would
likelihood even dare
that of to be
most
. from this Lord High Potentate -
Gospel music This Is more myself. COUSIN
The radio station where I of Negro Gimmick Radio. the belief will /survive: for quite HAPPY
than ol' Mr. Charlie NEW
approachto
worked for three Is nowa some time to come. YEAH!

nrlme examnln nf years N* rrr dm. ..on .Negro. ...culuiru.. .. .,.'-.tae U n old. ..hog. .. Ills objectives may seem noble
mfck wash UlUb au "\jCHruCIi: mUll. but tho managers
\Hon6 this fs'-n i moves are
wishful commune with the La wd. Tunes solely calculated! to feather his tiBIuJ'r. OTIIKHH Sportsmen 22ndAnniversary
thinking or random //1 "
shouting . I know whereof I arc so nard hero on earth . nest. Each affiliation with the \\ MOVKIl: tiEJ
speak. t\2i\! that no's resigned, and seeks tho Negro Community Js duly recorded Well, even knowing this I am
L.awd l'or true salvation Hence by an ever-nrosent photographer more than literally, by BallThe

The sole purpose Is to exploit the heavy gospel programming. -. . hired Uy the station those who stifle in youth .. . '
the poor, misguided Negro Of course: this type} program . the photographs are imagination, leadership, originality Square Circle Sportsmen
listener, to use him his organizations ming, ignores all together the widely distributed . to all artistic ability, creatively Club will) stage Its 22nd anniversary
and even his church, "new' concept of the young Negro the local newspapers. Then and basic reasoning power I ball Thursday, Jan. 17
to lull the businessman Into adult. Tne increasingly evident these photographs are carefully cannot sit back and "let Georgedo at Bayfront Park Auditorium

thinking . "I've got this guy fact that he now minks mailed to all advertisers, it. Music will)
in my pocket this listeneris in terms of attaining a certain would-be! advertisers and other Ue furnished by
A
famous educator once said, two bands, HOHH Gllboe, thn
mine so why spend your. and pleasurably degree of sal persons or agencies, who might "We learn by doing." I am with waltz king and W. C. Baker and
radio dOllarsh elsewhere" . : vation right here on this cotonpicking -I find it beneficial to traffic 'In that for this reason. I am impatient his swinging hand Continuous
this grimy phi I Earth! I . Negro Gimmick Radio! with those who Imply that music
losophy Is the constant barrageof
low discordant, gin-mill Also . follows a blatantly The sole underlying factor Is the"elect"no should called cull"chosen"the plays or If you haven't iccelved! your
crude attempt to make the Its I not . sincere !
type garbage which passes for a responsibility and everyone else would do wellto Invitation, call 70D-328S. Mrs.
music in Negro Gimmick Radio tener think there is no Jimcrow to help the Negro community, follow.! This type of thing often Sampson or OX KI212: ,, Mr.
daily, abusing the long-suffer in the records Using played on but rather a steady, chug-chug results in Bogie
ing listener's ears. the station. One white artist a of rank commercialism. Just stereo-typo youth
day is selected to be "spotlight' more exploitation, with a capital ! conformity I dogma and propa Come out and enjoy yourselves -
ganda. am moderately irritated
The end result being a cold, ed' on the gimmick radio sta- 'E'! Just another method of by those who sit quietly by-, with friends.

- - using the Big Daddy Image to while others Impose them Ed
* -i 1- upon Bogie president) Ike Arm-
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bring more shekels to the cash
emotional "tlea bites". These
register. strong, secretary, J15

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SATELLITELOUNGE The sad thing is:! that manyof
) the leaders in the organization ATTENTION PLEASE!
,
in the Negro community

i I', I recognize this charlatan for Just I have over 35 choice lots in exclusive location. You
$ what ho I Is, but deign to put up
':::,1 with him in order to use the facilities can have your home built as low as $295 down pay

-,. of the radio station to ment. We have a few samples ready for Inspec-
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reach the community. But, with
.:.; I tion. WE ALSO SELL LOTS.
the Negro
many newspapersand
;' .J Appearing . magazines available arc the Call Irving Gordon MO 5.6870JACK'S
other waves of Negro Gimmick

x } EVERY NITE! Radio . really that necessary ..... -... -........ -..................., -... -... -... -...
to Negro community life?

'n MN'v, Another question, a big question -

Joe Watson is whether a small radio
station that sincerely believesin MEWS WEAR

"MAGIC" and seeks to provide enter
tainment for the Negro listener -
944 NW 2nd Avenue
will survive being just a
On Hammond!) Organ
good radio station. After all

Sunday Matinee the small white stations don't Exclusive Men's Wear, from the top of your head to

have to load up with religious the tip of
music and constantly identifyas your toes including

k .N Starting: at 3 p.m. white stations. But maybe Hats Shoes Shirts Suits Trousers Caps of
that's a question to be answered *
No cover no admission by the FCC.Drive Styles and quality at popular prices

-k JOE WATSON BE SURE TO COME AND SEE US

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PAGE 8 SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1963 I I ARRESTED HERE UBCITY: 'l


\ I t Overloaded Boat Overturns; 2 Drown !! wanted Benjamin by the Gray FBI, 2.t.!in who connec Is \k
tion with the killing of a girl I
'I Andy town Two Fort the water. Then when they. and wounding of her mother in i= DRIVE IN TEA TRE i
Lauderdale men drowned Sat gunned the motor the boat Minneapolis, was arrested by 'I
\ t urday when their overloaded turned over, he said. Miami police Monday. I OX 1.7959 22nd Ave. and 69th St =
motorboat capsized In a canal ,
here. i The sky was Wlue black from Patrolman Russel Leasl/urg ; NOW' PLAYING =
when he saw I
horizon: to horizon when Sher. became suspicious
Two teenage girls and another iff's Department skindlvers be. Gray walking near the railroad !II t =
man narrowly ,escapeddeath" gan the. search for the lost bodies tracks in the 7800 block of NW r t "
f when the elgnt'footlong f flat 2nd Ave. i tI "
M in 30 feet of water. I tI'I C
bottomed boat was swamped The seaurch, conducted by
taken in for
The I
suspect was:
less than a minute after they police searchlight.was called tI "
I and he admitted to
questioning II C
launched it.from a boat ramp off terr.an hour because of the that he was wanted for tItI ,.
off Route 27, two miles north of police
overgrown condition of the canal II unlawful flight to avoid prosecution
IIII If
the Route 84 intersection. bottom. for murder. Patricia Ann

Dead were Abraham Dirett, I' Bohn said he had a terrific Bjergo? was shot to death by II II Vk iI R If
2621 NW 15th St., and W. D. struggle with Miss Sawyer and'I him on August 10 at Minneapolis. tIII
Patrick,.. 1724.JW' .9th St. I was forced to'release her several'times i r j_ii
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as he pulled her away c C.'
would be turned over to
Gray
Both girls were reportedly in I i
from the overturned 'boat.
I federal authorities, Miami -
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good condition at Broward General j
Hospital Saturday night. "At first they all went under, lice said. : 0 CI LENTO CUSACK "
One got caught under the boat I I
The accident occurred at 5 and drowned. The other floated
p.m. for a while." Then he went un j I I Drive Carefully! I IIII Shown at 9:15s.
der too. R
Juanita Sawyer, 18, of 1712 : I .
'NW 8th place was saved by a ,
Fort Lauderdale attorney Ar METRO
thur J. J. Bohn of 301 SE 20th LOVELY CBS GOLDWYN !
St., who had been fishing at a R

the boating area since noon. I 1009 N.W. 42nd Street MAYER ' .
w e eNT ' .i dSsM
He swam to the overturned A JOE PASTERNAK a R
boat 150 feet off shore and MANOR PARK BEST AREA PRODUCTION ' t' .,' '"
pulled Miss Sawyer to the bank. I a
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The search, conducted by Only $400 down $74 month I II
Bateman, 10, of 1448 NW 6th I i iII ,
St., manager to hang onto the Owner will pay !all closing costs. If you make $60 :
boat until another boat came. a week and your' wife makes $30 a week you will I ; Lpy t
the I
to scene.
qualify for this lovely home. 0 o
The third survivor the !
only one of the ill-fated quintetto :i
swim I =
to safety was Billle
Dean Spells, 2651 NW 13th St. Jalousied Florida room :w "

"When they started out !t
there was only four inches be 1019 N.W. 42nd Street I tI W STEPHEN .. gar
tween the boat's gunnels and tIII
$400 down, no closing costs. Real prestige area. o A
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Drive by then call us.\\ tI 0''y d ri
MANY WANTED THIS 1' ,.
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NOW HOME FHA Federal Co. II I DURAMMARITIA I Great :15
Mortgage
$450 down 'ItI ,.D 5' h"s sfngtng stars the I

Owner closing to sell 'III ; wonderfulRodgers
pays ri
this week. No pressure, '5909 N.W. 2nd AvenuePL !IoJ RAVE and Hart 15
make your own] decision. a

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HAND AROUND THE. BAHAMAS i i., :. SATURDAY JANUARY 5, 1963 PAGE 9 ..\
-:< __ Mrs. Ellen Albertha Bowe, 87, .
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About 200 ministers and members 'for the Bahams. of South"St and Hospital Lane, 3615 NW 214th St. TV SIC.. ?" J;'
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of the AME Church of died on Dec. 9 at the Princess 3 BEDROOMS Have ft rrpnlrMl" "dn'crfdlt If :I
Florida arrived in Nassau on Gerald A. Bartlett, officer in Margaret Hospital., She is sur Carport, utility room, 4 )'OU live in Liberty City orHrowur4vl :.
Dec. 15 for their 56th Annual charge General Police Station, vived by one ,son Allen Boweof years old. Ready to move in le.., J'..y wcelfljv. Free
Conference which met at the estimate- .
and Salatial H. Thompson in New York Owner will finance :: .11
Masonic ; one adopted son
Headed by the DIAL G9G4U81
Lode charge of the Southern Division! Bert Rolle :J""
four daughters,
BARGAIN
,Rt. Rev. Ball, ; :
a delegationmet were promoted 2Mt: N.W. 02nd HT,
to the rank
of Mrs. Louise Lockhart Adder-
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PAGE 10 SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1963 FILMUNDERWAY

Hampton HonseAn

Plans Underway forNorthSouth unlikely combination of entertainer is linked to his pro
and football career. He brought his
Plans for a new film starring all-star pro football player
Golf TourneyPlans the Negro in the world of talented musician-singer is to be guitar to training camp one
sports have Been announced by found in the person of Roosevelt season and started serenadinghis
the the Miller Brewing Co. of Mil Greer, the affable Giant (New team mates at six In the
formulated Social events
are now being compliment
for the 10th annual North- tournament and include a bar. waukee. York Giant, that is although morning. Kyle Rote captain of
South Golf Tournament to be ')oecue bathing beauty contest The movie will bo uevored ex at 6-5 and 280 pounds, Greer is the team, suggested that Rosey
held Feb. 18-22 at the Miami and diving exhibition plus a trophy elusively to Negro athletes who something a lower-case giantas give serious consideration to a
ball at the Sir John Hotel, well) who has found himselfa
Springs Country Club. have achieved fame and eml- musical career and kept pressing -
"Every year the quality or the event's headquarters. nece in their chosen sports. successful career off the gridIron the point regularly.
plav as well as the size of the as a performer of great per
field have increased and we are Robert B. Slawter. public re sonal magnetism and exceptional Rosey made a couple of appearances
looking forward to the greatest SCHLITZ FISH latons manager for the brewery, promise. on TV interview
tournament ever," said Ray Mit said production had already begun N.Jhe shows, toting his guitar with
hails from Linden.
WORTH Greer
chell, the event's director. $500,000Fish and the movie is expectedto his him. He was seen on one such
be ready for release in February where first exercised program and signed to a recording
In the past, participants have in Florida waters will When completed, the movie -I voice at the age. of five, singing! pact by Arc Records, who
/ rome from many parts of the be sporting valuable money ; will be available free of spiritual and gospel tunes. He released his first discs, "Sin
UnitP'i States as well as Nassau tags again in 1963, it was announced I charge to civic, social, fraternal switched to pop vocals while In cerely" and "Moonlight in Ver
and Canada. this week with draw- and church groups.A high school and by time he enrolled mont."
I The 12 prizes for the pros Ing up of plans for the new at Peen State was devoting
have been Increased to a totalof Schlitz $500,000 Florida Fishing tentative title assigned to much of his time to music.: He cut his next sides forSplndletop
$3,(00. In the amateur divisIon DerL'y the third of the popular the film is "Sportraits in He was a member of the Mvs- Records, recently,
there are six flights for recreation and research Ebony.." The present script calls tery Singers at Penn, group 'I m Goin Home"
men and four for women with event. for a running' time of approximately that serenaded the co-eds' dor
fronhies to the top three in each 25 minutes in both color mitories and also performed at Recently signed by Library
Conducted with the
flight. cooperation and black and white. The announcer campus events. II Records, his initial waxings for
of the Florida Game and
will be famed sports. that company are "Let Cool
Jackie Robinson who ttaincdRaselm1l's Fresh Water Fish Commissionand caster Chris Schenker. While at Penn State Rosey Wind Blow" and "Struttin' andTwistin'
Hall of Fame, and Althea the Florida State Board of also gained national recognition both written by
Gibson, who ruled the ten- Conservation, the derby is sponsored -I I The film will show action sequences -for his athletic abilities, winning Roosevelt Greir.
,
nis world for ; and financed by the Jos. from a variety of All-American honorable mention
tured amateur many honors years last,year.cap Schlitz Brewing/=( Co. For fisher sports, including baseball, football asa. linesman and also star He has made personal appear
Among/=( the pros, Willie Brown men the derby means added : basketball, track, tennis ring in track as a shot putter.He ances at the Apollo Theatre<<; ,
of Houston Texas, won by fun and lucrative awards, for and boxing. held the NCAA record in the New York, the Howard Theatre,
three strokes over Howard I the state; agencies concerned The film will also feature latter event, with a mark of Washington; the Royal Theatre,
Brown of Detroit. Pete Brown, with fishing the derby bringsin dramatic closeup and action some 58 feet. I I Baltimore, or one-nighter toursof
ex-national Negro champion, information on tagged fish highlights of many of the Negro the East and Midwest and
Giants' number
He the
who had won the N-S title the catches information that is athletes who have achieved was and at Colgate University, the City
three draft selection in 1955
previous two years, was third. vital to research on fish habits, tame in these sports. The all- in College of New York and the
sensation at defense
l growth, and migration. star roster includes such namesas was a Three Rivers Inn in Phoenix,
his rookie He has been
"Schlitz i i1? delighted to cooperate Henry Aaron, Maury Wills, one of the team's year. stalwarts ever
once again/=( with Florida Willie Mays, Lenny Moore Jim- N.Y.He
Grid Cardinals since.
Sign also has been the
'ish and conservation officials my Brown, Bobby Mitchell, Bill seen on"
in presenting the 19G3 Florida Russell, Wilt Chamberlain, Oscar His debut as a professional NBC-TV offering, "Today.
Orange Blossom Star Fishing Derby," Robert A. Uih- Robertson, Frank Budd, Wil-
loin Jr., company president, ma Rudolph Ward, Althea Gib-
ST. LOUIS (ANP) Full said. son, Ray Robinson, Harold' HOME SERVICE CALLS
back Louis McRae, star of "The popularity of this an- Johnson and many more. Tlf PL 1-8381 $1 a 50
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Blossom Bowl game recently, sincerely hope the third fishing
last week was signed as a free derby coming up In 1063 will The house of clean rooms my customers and friends
agent by the St. Louis Cardi- I be more successful and the research Open 24 hours NE 43851Seeing JOE SCOTT
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Delray Loses Thus Saith The Lord

SATURDAY: JANUARY 5, 1963 PAGE 11 - . .
Oldest Citizen QUESTION: Are all people I The image of God is pure, nosy,

born in the image of God? sinless and righteous. The his-
DELRAY BEACH Delray tory of this world is proof

lost one of its oldest and well ANSWER: For the answer to enough that this image is not

known citizens in the passing oi this question let us look Into found in the unsaved man. "\
God's Word Genesis chapter 1,
i What about did ever
Elijah Henry Adderley. God created man you, you
verse 27 "So
tell lie cheat Incometax
a on your
Funeral services were held in His own image in the imageof or stealThe image of GodIs
male
he him
God created :
Dec. 10 at St Matthews Eplsco female created he them." gone, isn't it, and your pres-
and
pal Church where he was a ent image of sin has separatedyou
that In from God, but praise the
faithful member since the In this verse we find
ever
church was opened. He servedas he beginning, man was creat- Lord It is not hopeless, we need
than 48 ;d in the Image of God. He was not remain a lost hell-bound
sexton for more
i perfect man, free from all sin, sinner, there is hope In the person -
years. end he had nothing,: in him tc of Jesus Christ, the Son of

At the Solemn Requiem Eu- destroy God's image. God alsc I

:harist Fr. John F. Moore, vicar, ; ntof have God.The Lord Jesus time
.vas celebrant. Assisting were ..hlidrmaninhhis1b11o Image., a long
took
ago, our place in
Judge
.he Rev. Fathers Lambert dam disobeyed God, and as t
i r jands, Charles McQueen and esult the Image of God, In ment, he suffered and died for
Adan our sins, and so completely paid
arrett Atkins. dam, was destroyed.
,uffered Spiritual death, a n c. our penallty for sin, he rose
Mr. Adderley, a Bahamian by I pow knew evil. Adam became from the dead and livest for-
",Arth. came to Florida as a boy' a sinful creature with the ever. And you, dear friends, if
and has lived here ever since. knowledge of evil and the desire you will reach out in faith and
commit evil. receive Christ as your Saviour
He is survived by a wife, to trust Christ to care for your
TEMPLE BAPTIST KELLY CHAPEL AMK Frances a son, Joseph, three Now let us read in Genesis, soul, you will be saved from

Rev. L. A. Thompson, pastor Rev. Leroy Dell, pastor step-children, five grand children chapter 5, verse 3. In this verse.. hell, the Image of God will be
and other relatives. we find that the children born restored in you. Will you right

The Rev. O. A. Pratt, B.A., Sunday, Dec. 30, Student Recognition to Adam and Eve were in now, get on your knees in prayer
B.D., associate minister at Mt. Day will be observedin Adam's image and not the image acknowledge to God you area
Olivette Baptist Church, and our church. This GRACE PRESBYTERIAN of God. What kind of imageor lost sinner and tell God that
special day
presently a member of the staffof likeness was given by Adamto you will, right now, receive
a Board of Edocatlon schoolIn which is observed annually, is This Sunday morning the his children? We look againto Christ as your Saviour, by
Nassah, will be the preacherat designed to serve as an occasion highlights of worship will be the Bible, in the Book of' faith? For if you die without
11 a.m. The choirs will sing for giving encouragementand The Lord's Supper and the Installation Genesis chapter, verse 8 and God's image you can not go to
jointly and the Lord's Supper inspiration to Methodist of Church officers.We we find that Adam's first son God's heaven'
will be administered at the became the world's first murderer -
morning and evening services. young people who are enrolledin enjoyed a wonderful week no one taught him howto Send your questions to "Thus

Sunday is annual registrationday. schools and colleges. end of Christian fellowship as kill, It was tins:! new image Saith The Lord," care Liberty
Every loyal member will the New Year came in. The of bin Cain received from Bible> College, 5181 NW 15th
New During morning worship Rev. Watchnight Communion Servicewas Adam. Ave, Miami, Fla.
the
start
endeavor to Dell will emphasize the insep- highly; inspiring. The
Year right.
Monday at 8 p.m., Temple No. arable relationship of the intel Youth had much fun presentingtheir
1 choir will be host to the lectual and spiritual contents of Christmas program at the Women's CrusadeFor
monthly meeting of the Inter. religion. Dade County Children's Home
denominational Choir Union. last Sunday afternoon. And we
Evening worship' I has been are very thankful for the fine Seat Belts
The pastor and family wish to planned and is to be conducted service conducted Uy the Bcrea

express deep appreciation: to MYF, Alegera Prince, 7th Day Adventist Church last
members and friends who "re president. Youth of Kelly'sChapel Sunday evening. Continued community-wide
membered" them during the and other churches of participation in the "CrusadeFor
Christmas season. Thanks a I our community will participateIn Continue to view our weekly Seat Belts" was urged today
million for everything. the service. At that time also items, for many inspirational J hy the Junior Clubs of
the Healiner Harmony Bulletin programs are being planned. To Dade County.. "To date, far too
Board which has been installed all members and friends we few of u ST. MARY'S W. M. through the efforts:! of the MYF wish you a most happy New of this: proven lifesaving device -
will be Year. due, in part, to lack of full
formally presented to
Rev. H. V. Stuart, pastor and
understanding of the needs
An.... Dorothy Major, reporter :the Northwestern church. Roscoe Senior Ellis, u benefits to he gained through
High
Sunday the Lord's School junior, will serve as Phil Ossofer regular seat belt use.
will be administered morning guest speaker and will speak Says . For example, more than half

and evening. The second Sunday from the topic, "The Light of of nil injury-producing nutomo-
in January there will be Life." Your favorite gospel -_:;11 bile accident occur at speeds .IJ

covenant service at 3 p.m. the songs will be rendered by your I was born of Jewish parentsbut less than 40 miles per hour. t* ., ,n K ,l S't 1
pastor would like for all members I special youth choirs. because of my ., And three out of every four .
traffic deaths within 25
to be out. I I al seeking and investigation,: occur
The miles of home.
asking that the community is invited to
The pastor is have accepted Jesus Christ one
attend all This means that we, In our
committee our services. Your "
and means His Jewish friends
Gospel. ac
ways
please join him in Sunday I Christmas enjoyment will not ruse me of forsaking Judaism,, everyday driving, could be involved i j.4J(._, Mw.b.t 4
In accident-producing I
School at 9:30: a.m. the second end until you come and witnessour but I believe that they, by rejecting situation. an
Sunday in January. youth program at Kelly's Christ, have forsaken it Mrs. Millie Washington of
Chapel, 7105 NW 15th Ave. while I, by receiving Christ,, Research in auto crash injury 7104 NW pith Place is the first
I cases has shown that scat belts
have returned to Judaism. Let Negro to attend classes in
MT. CALVARY BAPTIST End 11)62 and begin 1003 by help protect automobile pas.
,attending our Watch Night ser me explain. sengers in both major and minor Spanish at Lindsey Hopkins

Rev. E. M. Thomas, pastor vice at 10 p.m. Monday, Dec. 31. Jesus came because the Jews accidents.In Educational Center, 1410 NE
had alrcary forgotten the teachings collisions seat belts help 2nd Ave.
Sunday, Jan. 6, the entire pub- of Moses and it was his keep passengers from being
lic Is invited to attend our ser mission to bring them back to ejected, and reduce the force of She also recently completeda
vices on the first Sunday In the NEW PROVIDENCERev. God. The Scriptures bear this impact of the body on any partof course In piano at Fine Arts

year 1963. C. J. Burney, pastor out. Each the car of interior.us should extend Conservatory, 015 NW 60th St.
Sis. Claudia Wilson
i reporterWe In Matthew 15:24: Jesus says:: every human effort to project She Is making rapid progress.

BAIIAMiss are thankful to God how "I am not sent but unto the lost ourselves, our families, and our
I He has kept us through the sheep of Israel." In John 5:10: communities. None of us are
Audrey F. Thompson Assembly , I year of 1962 and has enabledus Me tells the Jews, "For had ye immune from accidents. We TV SICK?
treasurer of the Baha'i theDaha'i I to enter into the New Year. believed Moses, yo would have must take full advantage of all
of Miami, will speak at believed me for he spoke of current automobile features and
We will be expecting to see you ;
11th credit If
Center, 137 NW drive with skill and have It repaired on
in church Sunday. We are expecting me. courtesy.
Ave., 8 p.m. Sunday Jan. 6. Her to have a fine time in The Junior Women's Clubs of you live in Liberty City or
subject will be: "Shoghi Effendi the Baptist Ministers Council Thus Jesus came<< not to bringa Dade County is distributing Urowimvllle. Pay weekly. Free
Guardian of the Will ofGod" which will be held here. This new religion, but to renew special crusade cards to encourage estimate
The public is cordially Invited will be Jan. 7 at 7:30: p.m. the religion of Moses on earth. Increases in the number of
to attend. Phone secre- True, it was destined to be seat belts users in our commun DIAL OOA-3M1:
tary, FR 1.5420, for further in- spread to enfold all peoples, but ity. 263(1 N.W. 02nd 8T.
formation. the chosen ones of Israel were
Jehovah's Witnesses the first to be offered His glorious -


NEW BETHEL BAPTIST Jehovah's Witnesses of the Reading message.my Jewish Old Testament -I : 15 JOINTS INVOLVED I

1571 NW 68th Terrace West unit congregation were I found who was to come
Rev. Ernest Williams, pastor well represented at the three- and where he was to come from.
Deacon Fred Williams, reporter day assembly in Ft. Lauderdale.Mr. In Deuteronomy 18:15, Moses

Sunday the No. 1 choir will said.. Crump, presiding minister, jays: "A Prophet will the Lord j :
thy God raise unto thee
render the music.lf it is fair up ,
weather we will have baptismon "The Bible's; ,Answer to Our from the midst of thee, of thy
Sunday morning. 'Please visIt Problems of Survival" was the orethrcn like unto me; unto
"
I Ir
the sick and shutlns. feature address by Mr. Willie nim shall ye hearken.

Happy New Year to all. May Anderson, a district supervisorof This Informed me that the
God bless all of you. the Watchtower Billie Socie Awaited One would be a Jew.

ty. Jesus was a Jew.

Revival at Bethel An enthusiastic audience of In Miccah 5:1: ((5:2: In the St.
1,212 heard the speaker say that James version) it states, "But
"Man made threats to survival thou Bethlehem
Ephratah, t
r
Apostolic TempleBethel such as nuclear CBR warfare, which are little to Ue among the<< y
atomic fall-out and population thousands of Judah, Out of thee
Apostolic Temple at explosion has a giant competitor shall onecome forth unto Me

2310 NW 58th St., Is beginning the threat to" survival posedby that Is to be ruler in Israel"
the year with a revival. This Armageddon. Turning to the Ephatite of

revival begins Tuesday, Dec. 31 The audience eagerly embraced Bethlehem. In Ruth 021: and 22
thru Sunday, Jan. X13, every the to the problem of we find that David was of their
answer
week night at 8 o'clock. All survival offered by the speaker lineage, and in Matthew 1:1: ,
would like to come,
those who "How survive? By Jesus is shown as "the son of
: may you
come and let your soul be re- David."
Jehovah and his right F
vived. There will be a speakerfor seeking
meekness i i mil i ii "i'- ,
each week. eousness, by developing I have quoted the Jewish ver-
The Young Matrons are sponsoring and a fine heart toward sion so Jews may not deny the .*... Mitchell, Hoaatoav Tnuu, bars March 4, WM ttrkkM byIvArftfs
God. tatef a marls attM laiiMiT lf 60. > = with a datteJotet.h
on
a special program station of
the church. Thlc program authenticity of the >r at...... dlM... BOW fa?olrw 15 Joint of DlmMf. ....
Jan. 6 at Rev. L Twenty new Witnesses ,for Jesus as the ruler of Israel. can act trntIIMId f........wedl, ... polio fa 0bIIaIt
will be at 4 p.m. Jehovah were ordained as ministers Now, what do you think? Are >R ads ,rial TrMtmrat nd iUapifatoyCtatot* RMM BOW takes jolts'

McCall Sis. Thelma is special Wallace guest., president upon symbolizing their by accusers the true followers >lob IoUowiag aWc aocordIou program j jV t trrw
-
of Moses or am I'
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Doris R. L. Akins, pastor. dedication by baptism.






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PAGE 12 SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 196:3 DEATHS 1 pletely idle.

.,4. ." f _ _. 1fI'atsaa" J X.W,"_ Mr. Blonston said this not
true. In many cases workers

Albert . can earn over $1,200and still
CARDS ... MEMORIALS
, get some social security" pay
The amount of social
._ .a "_ ,., __...... __ GEORGE S. JOHNSON Naomi! father ; I security ments. benefits that can be
of James, ;Mrs.. Thomas

;;..IN MEMORIAM CARD OF THANKS ; and died Mrs.in Kendall Marian Thompson paid depends earnings.on the. worker'sexact


> In sad but loving memory 01 f We, the family of the.late, conducted Dec. 20. Chapel Dec. 27 services with Revf E.A. As an example, Mr. Blori-
ston cited the of a worker
DEAN case
our dear sister- MRS. MARY
Culmer officiating. An oldr who, if retied, would collect .
Ask the public and o u J i
you time Miamian he resided
$100 a month from social
nany friends to forgive us 1010 NW 70th St. I
t. security. If he keeps workingand
'being a little late in saying
hanks for the many cards 01:f -- ..". _. ,..-.... '' earns $12,000 for the year,
:ondolence and telegrams sent t .t. he can still collect $950 in so-
;
as during the time of our be. MRS. LUCILLE P. WIMBIiEY '"
of 113G SW 216th St. Goulds social security retirement'pay.
thanks
reavement. Special tc accident ments. If he has a wife and
was an automobile ivic-
Rev Dean A Derrick of St
Peters America Catholic- tim Dec. 22. Her survivors, include two children, ,the social security -
Church, and the Church in gen': ] her husband, Sam; mother : : payments to the family
eral], also to the entire masonic. Mrs Creasic Davies, ''one ; wo ldJn(,total about $2,400 a
daughter; a sister and four year, even if he continued to
family and the staff of the IdS ,,
Allen Funeral Home. May brothers. She was sent to Lake work and earn $1,700. If this
i God bless you all with a happy City, Fla. for final rites. worker neglects to file for
three years, he would lose
and: New Year.
V The Family $2,850 of his own social security

"1 1s," JAMES HAMMOND, died In payments.Mr. .

IN MEMORIAMIn Lantana Dec. 22 and was funer- Blonston urged every
alized Dec. 28. There are no person past retirement
sad but loving memory of known survivors. who has not applied for social
jur dear mother and evangelist, security benefits, td come in

... qN w.ws.nswxs+_.,_._ ..wYi Yr*'wewww..a ", and discuss it with the peopleat
1th \\\,. JACK O'KELLEY NW the social security office.
of 1837
R'JI-O-\, ",: .. ..., \.4 .; 'I r'r GOth St., died at home Dec. 25.
4
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, ..r t, I were held in the chapel
"", ... t"J "....; Dec. :29 with burial in Ever y
green. Surviving are his widow, rg skis
EMMA NEAL Mrs. Rena Mel-
O'Kelley, son,

who departed this life January '.+ r b vis.
3, 10G2.
Now the labourer's task is o'er I'J
t'Now the battle day is past, MRS. BERNICE JACKSON,
. Now upon the farther snore G75 NW 17th St., was dead on
.''Lands the voyager at last, arrival at Jackson Hospital Dec. I1A
,'Father in thy gracious keeping :29., Her mother, Mrs. Lonnie
: Leave we now thy servant Jackson, sister, Mrs. Bennie
sleeping. I Fortson; two brothers, John and a

il,; Callie V Rollins, sister Joseph. She was sent to Vidalia, If
;'v And Family Ga. Friday .morning where services -
and burial will be con
'. ducted. +
CARD UF THANKS !' FIt' J"VI"I'Ir! Ic I

The family of the late, MRS. MINNIE\ HURNS died

MRS. CHARLOTTE LOUISELIGHTCOURNE in the home of her son, Sher. c: : Funeral Home
man, with whom she lived at
320! NW 02nd St., Jan. 1. Other 3rd Avenue
wish to thank their many MRS. ISADORE D. STRACHAN survivors are two daughters,
friends for each telegram, floral Mrs Frances Jones and Mrs. FR 3-5007
Apiece and all acts and deeds oi who departed this life January Delores Paschal; Alfonso, Eulyn, -
?kindness rendered during their 7 Her 1062. Dees and Eugene Hums, sons. : < I>lredOl'.I mbalmer
t Special'! work on earth is done, She will be sent to Havana, Fla.
thanksto eFatherlJohn
''I( E. Cul- [The life crown has been won. the time to be announced. Manager
'"mer for his words of consolation ) And she will be at rest with

$ also Daughters of the King, him above. Assistant Manager
members and friends of til: \nd some glad morning, she, I MRS. ELIZABETH MOORE,
Agnes Episcopal Cnurch, the know 20GO NW10th St., died Jan. 1.
start of Francis Funeral Home, Will welcome us. She is survived Uy her husband .iI.lIJ1'JT.1l'odr
the Phyllis Wheatley Family, Co that eternal home of peace Lee, sister, Mrs. Mattie Graves
'} also friends who went with u, and love. and two brothers. Arrangementsare
for the Living"
'for. the final rites. Mrs. Louise S. Jackson r incomplete.

May God bless each and daughter
everyone of you. Richard J. Strachan, son INFANTS:
v The Family Eddie J. Strachan son Baby Boy
; Mrs Inez S. Phillips Wiggins: son of Mrs.
,
Naomi Wiggins, 5921: NW 21th
'I a daughter Ave. was stillborn Dec. 19.
IN MEMORIAM Mrs. Margaret S. McCall daughter,

In sad but loving memory oi Grandchildren and a host of Baby Girl James, daughter of
our dear father, grandfather, relatives Mr. and Mrs Eddie James of
I.
1831 All Baba Ave. died
f' ;and brother, the late 25. Dec.

LEROY D. YOUNG lange . Baby
who departed this life January Cosby, daughter of
5, 1962. MRS. FLORINA J.'. CART. Mr. and Mrs. Ellison Cosby,
May he rest in peace and may WRIGHT of 7313 NW 17th Ave., 22325 SW 117th Court, Goulds,
light perpetual shine upon him. died on Dec. 30, after a short died Dec. 22.Graveside Funeral Home
sadly missed by: Illness. She is survived by her
bioneva Y. Uobinson, husband, Patrick, a daughter, services at Ever N. Patrick
i daughter Thelma three grand children, green Cemetery for the infant Range Mgr.
three sisters son: of Mrs. Shirley McCall will 1 7th Avenue
Lloyd R. Young, son Spere Kelly, Iva- be held '
n. Bernice O. Young, daughter dell Baker, and Gcrladlne Ro- Saturday at 1 p.m. He''
.,? Marie A. Williams, daughter. ker, two brothers, Albert and 30.died in Christian Hospital Dec. OX 14343WHAT'S
Frances Gibson, sister Samuel; Kelly. I

And grandchildren Funeral services will be held -
I' t Saturday, Jan. 5 at 12 noon in
the chapel. Interment will be I HER LIFE WORTH
\ CARD OF THANKS at Evergreen Memorial Cemetery
\ t She will lie in repose in I ."" >.,..1& 'Y'&''''' .'N\!, ::,1'>.''jI, *""", -- __"" .."""""" _,,,, __.._.u.
; The family of the late the chapel noon Friday.
I
MRS. TENNA MORGAN
; wish to sincere thanks
express WILLIAM ARTHUR JR. of
and appreciation to all the Omokalee, Fla., died Dec. 29.
neighbors and friends for all He is survived by several rela
I' kindness shown during the ill tives in Houston, Texas where
ness and passing of our beloved Z s, i! kg.WP
his remains will be shipped to d
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sister. Many thanks for the day. Ya\
(' .'. beautiful flowers, cards and ______ _

,''r ;I words of consolation during CHARLIE LAMONS of 704
I. i our sad hour of bereavement. 14th St.,. West Palm Beach, died
.. May God ever bless and keep Dec. 31. He is survived by his
you all. father, Otis, and will be ship t if
Mrs. B. Jinks and Family ped to Thomasville, Ga. for f final
New York City J rites.

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"friends Phyllis, going; on 2, 1 la *birth defect;rictfan. Her an and treatment require the combined
.f during their recent bereavement. skills of a team of
tenD profeaJoDai who "
experts I** ta various medical field Give to Uw March of Dines
to tile
of a child. Thousands of children, adolescents and adults arc crippled by birth defect arthritis and 1In"poUoIl S
Urea an worth your volunteer efforts and

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FURNISHED efficiencies, utilities fenced' back yard with large ..
included. $12.50 a week. utility room and patio. Yard 0 Custom built kitchens, beautiful hardwood :?

[ 020 NW 8th St. FR 7; 002,' .nieely ''landscaped.) 1. & j floor. We can give you. a choice of 15 lot 1 lo.;" .,4
This"propertv: is in excellent ' cations. -.. 'i.f
condition and the price is FHA "
.FURNISHED r..UflfUrrtish-. ,( : ;"
'
ed apts. in Opa-locka are, 2 valuation $13.500) with only ". y. (J'
bedroom all utilities $2i 2 bedroom '$:50 down. Monthly paymentapproximately s i; 1 1-1928 NW 59th Street-1 bedroom home with a

NE 40500.$18. 1 bedroom, $15. Call principle interest$80, taxes including, qrid insurance : I Fla. room. For a small fatnily. Fenced yard.
indf ,
I Deal directly with owH. $75 down, $75 month.

NICE BEDROOM home In I er.M. ieabttte touts' Gibson, now enrolled
Opa-locka. The Bunche Park G. Lemmond, 81)3: NW 76th at Virginia. Union University, 2-1511 NW 42nd Street $250 down
area. Closed in fence and nice I St., Miami, Fla. Richmond, will study physical tlicr- 12 CBS homes on one lot. Live in one rent free. I
apy on a March of Dimes Health A terrific
buy. I
surroundings. For information
j Drive by 4711 NW 10th Ave Careers award. These awards are
call NA 16654.
3-bedroom CBS only $300 down Riven annually to worthy students 3-5505 NW 32nd Ave., $1,500 down'I
not one penny more. No quali to facilitate their starting a health I
LARGE MODERN air condl fying, move in today. Like new. career In the fields of physical therapy 3 apartments in this building. We will also rent
tioned apt. One bedroom and $90 month. Total 12500. Call occupational therapy, medical the apartments for $16 week.
efficiencies furnished or unfur A. t3eh-Korl1 Realtor 2014 NW octal work, medicine and nursi:. I
nished. Quiet neighborhood. 02nd St. Nights PL 0-C533, Days Your contribution to th* January 4-3034 NW 56th Street $18 week
Adults only. 1210 NW 77th Terr. OX 1-D372. March of Dimes will help support bedroom home. Move right in
this unique of
Call PL 8-9565 program professional

ROOM ; ,. OF'1# >? P-ro- Sunday, See education 5-1361 NW 44th Street $400 down, includes
in private home in the 7Gd NW 45th St, Mahor Pa r k Nice clean home Florida and
closing costs. room
heart of Liberty City. No cook. area. Total: only $0,600. l For this ,
ing privileges. 1515 NW 68th nice well built home lug{ room!!! SEE THE SOUTH'SLEADING carport..
St. nice oak floors. $300 down $78
COLORED
month pays all A. Ben-Kori! ,
NEW APARTMENT. t C 1 e a fl, Realtor, 2044 NW 02rtd St PSYCHIC READER Ford Realty Inc.
fjuTet reslderitiar neighborhood, Nights PL 9-5533, Days OX
731' NW 70th l St. Phone III: 1-9372; COflHUl/f 111211-- ,
4-363: or HI 5-2607. Considered! 569 N.W. 54th Street PL 7-2559
nicest apartments in Liberty Operi 2-5 p.m. Sunday1, Set! We a're', nite 'til 8
City.. Beautiful kitcheh, all 1761 NW 42nd St. CDS. Total open every p.m.

rath: and shower, grounds Ut'I I only $3,500. JUst $2r.O' do\Vn, $74 .::'... :; ::;;; ::....P .. :; ._
scaped. month tidvs all Nice bit hom ,
". carports) -arlir--fcnraRe.:--A,u Ben
APT 1 FOR RgNT. 6501 foW 12th Kori, Realtdr, 2644 NW 62ttd 8t I ADVERTISEItPays
AVe. Phone HI 4.3673 Or HI Nights PL 9 3533; Days OX
52607. Clean, quiet neighbor- 1-9372.
hood, 'grounds landscaper, good I
management. These are considered - $mbnth pays all. Just $250
the nicest apts. in Lib down Drive by 1935 NW 47th 1 + 'iI11o1iA l 1>II>!IAAp1/1h 11i1 1A>1l.Ti ))lielDlllA YimIoI A7pYi7oAhhA lll 111I111111
erty City. Terr. Total only $9,200, Big yard 'Jet her ycnri of OXHTCIHO gull
some furniture. Home in perfect and .protect Ion throughout life ; FINEST SELECTION IN MIAMI
NICE CLEAN ROOM. Private condition. Call A. Ben-Korl. HH a IlKlithmiHU Kiildcei<< tho slilw| N.
entrance, bath, quiet gentleman. Realtor, 2614 NW 62nd St. Nights In a dtiirin. For. micnwH In Intnl.IICNH l a
All home privileges. NE 55283. PL 9-5533. Days OX 10372. nnil love.ON"I' LOVELY HOMES OPENLOW
I / STAY IN TIIIC HUT. OI 'I' -
OUT NOW UV TIIM] III 1J' Ol-
2-BEDROOM HOUSE. Fla. 3 HOUSES on 2 lots. Income
non Hilla CAN IIIOIJ YOU.
room, large porch partly fur. property, downtown section.
nished. $22 Calf NA 16610.3BEDROOM Office I hours"
per week. 1345 NW
42nd St. Phone 7510410. I(0 a.m. 0 p.m. LOW DOWN PAYMENTSEZ
Thin0, a.m. to ,
2 bath home.
In private home for nice CBS two story. Downstairs 7 p.m. TERMS LESS THAN RENT
refined man. Homelike atmos- be used as office or rental. $090 DAILYSunday
phere. 1473 NW 70th St. OX down, payment to suit. 1171 .
1-0425. NW 47th St. Phone NE 47024. I I

10 a.m. n p.m.IlKADINO ,
FRAME 1364 NW 44th Street
LOVELY 4-ROOM house, $80a plus extra lot.
month. 1489 NW 54th St. A good buy at $7,500. Good
Phone 5316107. terms, near school and bus. ,fa $350 total down payment. Not Ic more. Just redeco
Ethel Rinehart, Reg. Broker. '..00 UP rated. $10,800 total. 2 Fla. rooms.

NEW T RE'18" x 150" with Call 531-9845. 47G9 NW 17th Ave. 2:1RI'H\ l I'rl..rl.1 3 .>i"ir#
driveway and alley. $100 a .III't Writ Call In I'erwin -0-
month. 1485 NW 51th St. Phone LOVELY corner lot. Good location
531-6107. $2,750 cash or terms to MADAM 1050 NW 46th Street'
right party. NE 5-5560. HUNTER

NICE PRIVATE room for quiet I Fla. 67 110 lot. $13,500.
1657 N.W. 73rd ST. CBS beauty, room, carporte, x
couple or man with convenience WANTED.WAITRESS.
$450 down, $77 month. Nicest in town I
In
Opa Locka. 5595
Call NA 1-6115 Snack-Way, MIAMI FIA.
after 5 p.m. NW 17th Ave. I -0-

nOOM in private home with I JOB WANTED f J- DXSPTLUX7Don't 1015 NW 76th Street
private bath. Kitchen privileges HANDY MAN needs work? lie confused unwind
3120 NW 67th St. OX 1-6343. J939 NW 20th Ave. OX 1-7691. .
yourself with our atmosphere.Miami's
Min most Intimate lounge.I $350 total down, $66 per month. CBS, huge kitchen,

ROOM private home, kitchen CHILD CARE ;Music every mtc.SateJUte Fla. room, hardwood floors, tile roof. $11,500 total
privilege. Phone NE 45744. CARE FOR CHILDREN. 6939 Lounge price.
NW 20th Ave. OX 1-7694. 0222 NW 7th Ave.
ROOM for ? nice man or lady I --o--
5710 NW 19th Ave. Phone NE

4-8.105. ": 1083 NW 74th Street
$16 PER WEEK Gino's Body Building Club I a
room duplex 1365! ) '.NW',58th' I Newly redecorated CBS beauty, 2 Fla. rooms, hard

Terr. HI 6-1266. ';: .r.' (.,,> -. .. 741 N.W. 62nd'Street'' wood floors, tile roof. $400 down._ No closing costs. "

$20, PER WEEK, ::1 large'lied- o -0-
room unfurnished house, 6738 -
NW 23rd Place. 1121 NW 77th Street
FIGURE FORMING BODY BUILDING AND

ROOM IN A wonderful neigh. REDUCING Brand'' new 3 bedroom, 2 bath, huge Fla. room. Movein

male borhood.living All privileges.there. Can One CE CLASSES FOR MEN AND WOMEN today. No qualifying, no closing costs.

: -260.
NOW IN PROGRESS -0-

1-BEDROOM APT. Completely 1000 NW 75th Street
furnished or unfurnished lights I
and gas free. Nice neighbor-
hood. Call PL, 45638. Huge corner house, 2 baths and huge Fla. room. Newly
It's Never Too LateTo decorated, $13,000 total.. $400 down, $80 per
l-BEDROOM HOUSE, large month. Partly furnished. Stove and refrigerator.
closet, kitchen
living porch. get ) graduation pictures made
Can, PL 13458. your I .
WE FURNISH CAPS AND GOWNS

modem CLEAN kitchen.Furnished bath and nicely room with furnished Kindergarten,; High School, CollegeO i: NEWS REALTY
In quiet placeDUPLEX .
Call OX 1-486-. I
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APT. Beautiful (The Broker That Work For You)
and
large. One bedroom JOHNSON OF MIAMI
and Fla.
room, landscaped. Adults only.,! 4600 NW 7th Avenue PL 4-0655 \

1240 NW 51st Terr. Near Grand ;, FR 7.2294 (Open Sunday)
way and bus. To see Call
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THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI FLA. Our Past This WeekAn is

PAGE 14 SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1963 ANP FEATURE WHAT GOES .

L b b i JANUARY 1, 1862
u u > u u >
The African slave trade was Here and ThereBy
Between The Lines. officially closed in the U. S. . .,

JANUARY 1, 1863
Emancipation Proclamation LARRY BATCIILARTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT
By GORDON HANCOCK for ANP -- freeing slaves issued by PresI-

II II ..............I_- ....,-' --......._-, -..-.._- dent Abraham JANUARY Lincoln.1, 1804 FOR THOSE OF YOU who have never seen true

LET'S BE FAIR ation and has done so many Haiti receives independencefrom democracy In action, you would ,have experienced such
The conciliator no less than I things to let Negroes know that France. a scene had you attended the Presidential Welcome to
the agitator has his place In the he is in their corner in t his
. scheme of things.' fight for fuller freedom. Ken. JANUARY 1, 1831 the 1,100 .plus Cuban: prisoners of war returned to this
nedy's latest position in the The Liberator, abolitionist country after their unsuccessful invasion attempt at the
, I remember too well hearing matter of Federal housing was newspaper, first published in Bay of Piers.
Booker T. Washington addressan a master stroke. Boston by William Lloyd Garri -
the Several of the military professionally for several
audience of 1,500 in So when son. top years
theatre in Columbia, S. C. in like Zinn, to we literally are tempted"string, JANUARY 2, 1822 men In command and a hand appearing at some of the top
1909. Of course the audiencewas LIberia full of the prisoners were spot. eastern clubs including the
Monrovia the of
up" Kennedy for what he Is not capital -
segregated. Whites and Negroes Africa found ted with Colored Cubans . Three Rivers Inn In New York,
doing, we must not forget what West was
were about equal in num he has done and is constantly ed. all gathered at the Orange Bowl will launch his off-season sing
bers. doing. Then too let's this past week for the same ing stint in Miami this week
give
our JAUNARY 2, 1647
To hear the President -end. Beginning January 4th"Rosey"
two
Booker T. Washington kept fine young President room to Nathaniel Bacom, Virginia causes.
both: sections in a turmoil of applause play some politics in which he planter, colonial politician and welcome address, and to will headline the showat
and when the g r eat lives and moves and has presidential soldier, was born In England. demonstrate their determma the "Hampton House" with
meeting broke up, everybodywas being. There Is considerable tion to make Cuba a "Land of his guitar and songs
happy. Washington' was time left in this Kennedy JANUARY 3, 1793 The Free", on their next invasion -
Abolitionist
both whites and Negroes administration for other Lucretia Mott attempt. No occasion to
getting ready for what is coming major strokes of ,Inter-racial was Worn. Died in 1880. date concerning the Colored citizens I was asked . Why the Negroes
today.To Justice. Let's not sell Kennedy JANUARY 3, 1834 of the United States, has working in the new Safety
have played the agitatorin short. Let's give him time to Alonzo J. Ransier, Negro con- been: powerful enough, despitethe Department building were
that far off time would have Insure his reelection in 1964. gressman from South Carolina, multitude of causes we haveto only working as custodians .
been invitation to disaster was born. be greeted by the presenceof There are several reasons, anda
an
and so Washington went about This Negrophobes Just wallow JANUARY 4, 1935 the President and his lady. couple that I know are: Negroes
in when
pride Negroes and
have not been watchingthe
Floyd Patterson former
building Tuskegee and getting ,
friends
of Negro advance ar..e"rapping"
Civil Service bulletin
it ready for young aspiring Negroes Kenney. In other born.heavyweight He was first champion, was January 6th Is the date selected board and they have not been
of 1962. words when Negroes and their regain the title heavyweightto when he for the return of the greatest passing the examinations which
DuBois as an agitator had his friends are on Kennedy's neck defeated Ingemar Johansson ina of all marching bands, the they did bother to take. City
place, but he did not build a they are playing the game for rematch. famed FAMU Marching 100 is has stoppedthe
Tuskegee and so it has come the Southern Negrophobes. I returning on that date to again sifting of names on the
about that the Washington and God forbid.It JANUARY 4, 1789 electrify the crowd with their Civil Service list, now all that
DuBois schools of thought have should be borne In mind Benjamin Lundy, abolitionistand half-time show . the occasion remains to be done is . get
merged In the common struggleof that Kennedy has in the race colonlzatlonlst, was born. : The Annual Pro Bowl on the list. The "TIMES" will
today's Negroes struggling problem in this country one of'' JANUARY 5, 1943 Game, at the Orange Bowl, be. list from time to time the examinations
for integration.On the most difficult of social prob-I Dr. George Washington Carver tween the Lions and the Steel- pending and supply
that eventful night in Co lems and if he cannot solve it I famous scientist, died at ers . I"ll give you 10 points the forms. So . do yourself
lumbia, Washington made this overnight to everybody's satisfaction Tuskegee (Ala.) Institute, Jan- and take the Lions. "Rosey" a favor. Watch the bulletin
terse statement: "Negroes must serious students of the uary 5, has been established as Grier, All-Pro tackle, and member board, prepare yourself for the
not be judged by the heights problem can understand. Carver Day by act of Congress. of the New York Giants exam you intend to take, and
Race prejudice is so deeply The agricultural chemist was football club, has been singing . Presto.
they have attained but
by the
Ingrained in the moral and intellectual born in 1861.
depths whence they came." A fibre of this country
fine statement for even today. that It is most amazing to see
This remlnlscense Is inspired the inroads that Is .
sanity currently
by an article in the December 1 making. Race prejudice P STAR MEAT MARKET
i Issue of The Nation by Howard Is the luxury of the poorer
ZInn. Zinn gives Kennedy a classes of whites and they would
merciless rapping for what appears rather die than to relinquish it.
A 1520 N.W. 62nd Street
to the
former, as reluc A hundred years from today \1
tance of Kennedv to go all out race prejudice will be doing N -
for Negro liberation in Albany, business in this and other lands. I
Ga. As we follow Zinn in his What would the poor white *
article we, too were somewha man do for boosting his pride, SERVICE
disappointed that things hav if he did not have the Negro to THE MARKET WITH COURTEOUS SERVICE
not moved according to our feel "better than. Race prej William Pinder Sr.
wishes in Albany where hun udice on the part of wealthy t
dred of Negroes have been whites is Irrational and beside
jailed without good reasons. Ne the point. The poor white man Professional Piano Tuner
groes' rights have been infrlng needs race prejudice in ways Fresh Meat-Low Prices
ed In hundreds of ways and the wealthy whites do not. And! Repairer
circumstances.But This writer thinks
Kennedy
is doing 1935 N.W. 153rd St.
mighty well in
the
it to that
occurs me it, i Is face of such
stubborn Opa-Iocka
affliction
not fair to Kennedy to expec
has him to do in two years wha of with race Kennedy.prejudice. Let's be fair Phone MU 83770BARKLEY'S Investigate Without Obligation
not been done in a hun
dred, that is to accomplish the
Negroes' second emancipation. Care-Craft School for Nurses Aids
''Zinn seems to overlook that
fact that the presidency is CUT-RATE STORE
a po-
litical achievement and the man Fall and Winter Classes Now FormingTen
who does not play politics will THE FRIENDLY STORE WITH TUB WARM WELCOME"

never occupy the W hite House. 1201 N.W. 3rd Ave. Phone FR 42376Dolls Weeks Course Day or Night

Moreover the man who does
play politics while in the from $3.98 to $11.98 Old Spice Cologne REGISTER NOW
White House is not there for Bleach and Glow Cream 75$ For Men $1.23
long. This writer is going to Old 97 Hcrgamont Hair Wrisley French Lilac 1711 West Flagler Call FR 9-7357
dwell Just as certainly on what Dressing 50* and $too Bath Oil 1.50:
Kennedy is Straightening Congestald Room
doing as on what -
he is not doing. Combs 79* to $2.98 Vaporizer reg. $2, only $1.89
Under close inspection, Kennedy Hair Coloring 35* to $1.23 Royal, Keno and Po-Ke-No

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Knights of Pythias THE MIAMI TIMES MIAMI, FLA.
Negro Mortgage Company Gets
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Arid CalentheChancellor l SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1963 PAGE 15

$2 Million CommitmentThe
Counsellor meeting """ """"""" :l----I: bers are urged to be present at

Sivart Corporation has the Negro housing market to a was held Sunday, Dec. 30 at + this first meeting of 1963.
the home of Mrs. Mallssia Harris. 4
been awarded a $2,000,000 com I representative of the Equitable 10044 W. Jessminc St.
mitment for FHA and VA mort ', firm while both were attending Sir and Mrs. Willie C. Mooreor COUNTY Mr. and Mrs. Armond Ram

gages for 1963 by the Equitable a conference of the National Association Orange Blossom Lodge No. sey left for Nassau last Satur-
of Real Estate Brokers 16 Artie Parks Court No.
Savings and Loan Associationof last and r day morning to spend New
Brooklyn, N.Y. August in Dallas, Texas. 59 were visitors to Apopka dur- BROWARD Year's holidays They live In
ing the holiday. They were
Representatives of the firm of Mrs. L. Gob- West Hollywood.
Maggie
the guests
In announcing commit. to in
ment today Dempsey J. Travis came spent Chicago three days Septemberand marvelingat bre and mother, Mrs. Moore. NEWS James Cutler who Is In the

president of the Sivart Corpora. the Sivart operation before Sir Sammy Blenn of Orange Air Force, Is visiting during
tion, 414 East 47th 8t, Chicago, they returned to Brooklyn The Blossom Lodge No. 16 has been rents In West Hollywood
111,, said that the Negro mortgage commitment is the result! of sick for about, three weeks. We ivnlrrlctl 110WB the holidays
l firm [Is already 1 sty
lending In
these meeting! \ are asking all members to visit
receipt of $500,000, as the Initial him at 3282 NW 52nd St. ::: ::: : -
instalment on the Commitment"This "I .be 1 vetHat there! fire many The Carver Ranches Chamberof Westminster Baptist Church,
hundreds Sir and Mrs H. L. Williams Hollywood Rev N. Sears, pas-
bf Other mbriey stmr- :
' i is. the fifrst i time iri the Commerce meets Monday Ministers
ces especially Ins rafit of Orange tilossoirt Lodge: and tor was host to the
history bf American commerce companies and union pension Artis Pdrks, Court No. 69 traveled Jan. 7, 8:00: p.m. All members and Deacons' Union of Atlantic
that a Negro mortgage tanking funds who have not been to Tampa during the holi are asked to be present. Coast Baptist Association last
institution has received such a made aware of their obligationsas days. They were the guests of week. President H. W. Moss
commitment," Travis said. "We well as the fantastic earning Mrs. Pearl Stokes, mother of and the entire group were loud
are proud to have been selectedfor potential there is in the Negro Mrs. Williams The South Uroward VI' \V in their praise of the entertainment
this opportunity to extend housing market in Chicago Post 8195 will meet Sunday given them by the pastor
the benefits of home owenrship and throughout the United Royal Palm Lodge r\c.'. 84, Sir Jan. G, from G to 8 p.m. Mem, and members.
to more residents of our com States," Travis, said. Abram Grace Jr., chancellor, I
"
munity. meets Monday Jan. 7.

"This is particularly unfortunate Faith Hope Lodge No. ?2. Sir r- .
Although Sivart Is delighted to ,
Travis added, "when we Robert C. Bowens, chancellor, look at
have this additional
sum to pro realize that the Information oo''
Jan. 1.
met
vide mortgages for qualified this vast growing and vital mar f
home-hungry Chicago residents,, ket Is available to any enterprising Lily of The Valley Juvenile Q3 all the
Travis said, "it is not nearly Investment firm with the Court No. 58, Miss Pamela
enough and we at Silvart will Initiative to make the Inquiry" Brown, matron, met Jan. 2
be working continuously to see I
that a great deal more money "Also, there are a number of ( Gleam of Hope Lodge, Sir 1 : wonderfullyeasy
finds its logical way into the extremely Negro mortgage banking firms Walter L. Belle, chancellor met
profitable Negro hous In the United States of which Jan. aOrange
ing market." Sivart Is only one which are ,
excellent local outlets for this Blossom Lodge, Sir ways to
Travis first told the story of type of investment capital. Jesse Floyd, chancellor, will

.. .. meet Jan. 6
Princess Mary E. T. James,
recorder of Sheba Tent hair beautyand
'grand
Alpha Kappa Alpha YWCA Hostess Club No.3.cave a surprise birthday

Sorority' Begin( Teens Young women 18 tb 25 years Votary party Sunday Murray Dec James 23 in Jr.honor and heal f '

old, are invited to be a pan of Princess Saran D. Btflle\ at her
Social Season the YWCA Hostess Club pros home, 14380 Carver Dr.

cram sponsored by the Miami L. R. Brown, former
Gamma Zeta Omega Chapterof YWCA, offers an opportunityfor Rev. of Martin Memorial NULOX SUPERPREAPPLIED
Alnhn' Kanpa Alpha Sorority a rewarding experience in pastor Church and prelate of
i KnrMn' the teen world's socialReason l volunteer service for all young I AME Lodge No. 18 SHAM ,
Hope
of :
with 'Its annual Breakfast women in the community of Gleam to Dania. P iA
Dance which was held on different religions, races, nationilitles has been transferred miss him. For Greaseless Hair Styling. Just
DPC. ?7. lf)62 in Holmes >Elemen and occupations.The We sure will r"f Shampoo and Press. Conditions Hair

tary Cafetorium. The affair was of the club is Faith Hope Lodge No. 32, Sir 1M..V MF
purpose
attended by 150 young ladles, to serve as hostesses at the Robert C. Bowers, chancellor,
who schools:are: of seniors In'the five high dances at the Homestead Air will meet Jan. 1, NULOX BASIC CREME
Miami and
greater
their escorts.A Force Base Service Club, at
special; dances picnics or other SHAMPOO
week prior to the dance, events scheduled at the YWCAor JESCA Senior the hair tia so
members of the sorority led by other locations, especially for For thoroughly cleansing
Mrs. Charlotte Ford Clark, held ,members of the armed forces. Citizens NewsThe and scalp. ,, MI
a fashion show and charm Senior
for
clinic the la. These women serve as 10G3 Calendar
Sparing young young
dies for their glorious morning hostesses each Wednesday at Citizens of James E. Scott filled Com- NULOX SHEEN CREME
These two activities were only ervlce Club They meet at the with regular and All special over asst PRESS (Water Repellent)
a part of the college YWCA at 7 for transport of Interest. persons
premi'reprogram p.m.
the Arts of
Invited to join , Free. A pressing cream
50 are Moisture
which the s atlon to the btise. Thev are returned 1 (
Tues-
sponsors. Many other events by the bus to the 'YW" and! Crafts program on 2:30 superior quality. Will not dry out
are yet to come.Ittynolkes H14 SE 4th St.) Hostess orientation days from 10:30: a.m. to at :Liberty p.m. the hair.
meetings are held monthly In the Club Room
0301 NW pith Ave.
and young women who Square
'
Club qualify are presented with an Mrs. Mamie Strother pubic SHEEN CURL
official Keys Club card which is son, well known retired NULOX
Entertains: FriendsThe necessary!=: for admittance to school teacher, will be In chargeof
the Homestead Service Club the program Mrs. Fergusonhas CREME (Water Repellent) f
Musolites entertained program. many Interesting and useful Moisture Free. Will add longevity
many good friends at their first craft Ideas to share with senior and will
Christmas Party Sunday at the A point system, wherein citizens. and liability to styles
home of Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Me- points are awarded to hostessesfor You may register anytime between check reversion.
Kellar. the amount of volunteer now and the 15th of January -
After several announcementsour time given to the organization ,
beloved president, Mrs. Geneva enables members to earn a The Community Service Com- NULOX SHEENBERGAMOT ,
Wilson, was Introduced to I YWCA Hostess pin. mittee under the leadership of
the gang by the secretary, Mrs.. Young women should call Mrs. Arabella Foster will continue conditionerWater
Louvinla Knox. Our president Mrs. Carolyn Holland, program to meet on Wednesday of with genuine
then thanked the guests for, director at FR 7.2571 for application each week from 10:30: a.m. to 4 ( Repellent)
making our first affair a successful , forms.Presperous p.m. If you are interested in Italian bergamot oil and silicone. 1)) IQAM01
one. doing things to help others Conditions Hair and Scalp. Pro
A delicious spaghetti supper Mrs. Foster will welcome you tects hair from the elcmc"'., An
'Was served after which each I New Year. Have with open arms Children In excellent groomcr.
:'guest expressed themselves as loads of fun. South Dade Migrating Nursery
having had an enjoyable even were recipients of quilts made
ing. The club ladies wish each I Mrs. G. Wilson, president; Mrs. by the Service Committee. NULOX SCALP CREAM
and everyone a Happy and I Marie Randolph, reporter.
(Lanolated)

$400 DOWN $20 WEEK A light cream. Aids in eliminating
dandruff. Has penetrating powers, ;
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dry
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PalnlM8 Treatment of a .

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PAGE 16 SATURDAY, JANUARY 5, 1963Radio ;
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WMBM Launches ;; w : UP ? I..J

".1 ,
-T Voter Registration Drive '

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As ajjjiJalicservice- to the The registration books are o }r
,' ....eftlzens of South Fla., WMBM ,open to all citizens., '.
"Radio Liven this week launched All applicants) must be '21
years of age or older and a citizen -
a mammoth voter registration of the U S. A. .
drive. Alfonso C. Mozell, Applicants must have lived in
director of public relations for Florida for at least one year, 7
the ,station:; stated that, "we at with the last C months being
WMQM feel that there are not in the County
enough) "Negroes. _regl.serjd in
Dade County, and warnejOhe. ?...If convicted ,ofa felony, must
citizens jhai-4heyTttli: do more have received. restoration of civ-
_? at"tfrtrpoTls{ than anywhere else 11 rights.
ot/I .i" and that if they have not registered Registration books open year
to vote, they have no round except 30 days before
complain.As each election.

a reminder to citizens who The registration office is now
desire to register, the following located at 1351 NW 12th St and
information was obtained from opened from 8:30 a.m. to 5 p.m.
the supervisor of voter registration WMBM says, register now so 9
: you can vote.
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Brooklyn, N.Y.u-Brooklyn. CORE group had also sat-in and picketed the

-, dwell-ins completed their eighteenth dayas bank which provided the construction loan
for the project. The CORE group has mov-
the Fred and Mary Whitings were still tables sleeping and other
ed in card bags
i
v 4.1 r rpd refused the home of their choice in the primitive, furniture. Shown in this. photois

r A' Midwood Homes development. The CORE Mrs. Whiting.. and three others. ..
N 111A-.1.L1.ip.L141.L.L.1.L.611141.L.6.L.4.L1.LiALJ I L j L.L.L.L.a..a..a..a..a. .L.L II-!- -.
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Personal Mention L. A. Thompson performed. the'
-- ceremony.

11 l-11-1t1.Lb1j1 LL,k } LAA LLAALAiAAAA '
--- L----- ]HIAH THIS!
:.rMrs.. Joan Buckhanan who Joined in holy matrimony on Joe "Magic" Watson"sets the.
visited recently with her Dec!, 21 In the presence of a pace every trite at the Satellite
Shown above is McKinley Williams, the Crown uncles, Herbert Knowles of 182NW few close friends, The bridal Lounge. Continuous every nlte
68th Terr, and Charts R. till 1 a.m. "Out of thIS"world".
Prince of station barty comprised Mrs Mae fi.Bodie
WMBM: in -his throne room. Prince Will Hudson of 1916 NW 70th St. returned ; 6222 NW 7th Ave.
be urging the citizens to get out and register so they can .to her home in N e1. vr arid A Dean. the 1 eV'. Satellite Lounge
vote. York City on Dec. 22, having '"
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reportedly spent, an enjoyablestay

AWARDED DIMES In Miami. JET TV CLINICHOME
SCHOLARSHIPBarbara Capt. and Mrs Robert W.
Sawyer of 1017 NW 4th court
have Just returned from their I
vacation where they spent the SERVICE CALLS $1.00'Day
Christmas holiday with their
son, Robert Earl Sawyer, a playwright or NightWe
in San Francisco, Cal,
one of the most beautiful cities
Service All Makes of
on earth. They both report haying
had a wonderful trip. HI-FI's and STEREOSWe

Miss Juanita Simmons and Also Rent

4 marred on Major Dec. were 20. The quietly cere. TV by the week or Month

mony was performed by the
Rev. L. A. Thompson. Presentas
Alfred witnesses Dean.were Mr. and Mrs 907 .2nd AVENUEPhone


I Miss Catherine Cohen and FR 4.2044
Granville W. Cambridge
were
Jean Mulky,Blakel/,Gfc,.hat been awarded a four-year March -- --I .
of Dimes Health Careen Award and .b presently enrolled In the School ..>** *2J2J aa.. / _ /Il/III ..fYlIIIIIINLIIp. ...M.M- ..g.bi9131I4)'iiyl>tiADiD >f1AIw
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of Nursing at Tuskecce: Institute. Each year fundi raised In the March of ...IJ5" """"", ;'**"*"-_"" ._. -._ - '-- ./IIIgrI"',"". I .., .M.M rwM+nf
Dimes make possible hundreds of Health Careers. Awards the fields of tJ
nursing, physical therapy, occupational therapy, medical social work and J
medicine.' Please' help support thus program t by giving generously to die THE All HtWHAMPTON /-
1963 March: of Dimes. i
j HOUSE I
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rr .' Club ?; w I

THIS is YOUR 4 #
OPPORTUNITY ... t. **

PREPARE FOR } Barry Slnco Present I

[CIVIL SERVICE SMASH 2-STAR ATTRACTION It


JOBS SLAPPY WHITE

!j AND ASSURE YOURSELF j
\\2? J
n1IL LIFETIME SECURITY COMEDY
[MEN-WOMEN ISToSOl RISQUE ="

Grammar school sufficient for MISS PHYLLIS BRANCH
r td many (lob.. Rseetv full Information ..
on how. g.t a gov't. SONG STYLIST EXTRAORDINARYONE
lob. Kttp your present |lob
whllo training. WEEK ONLY
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emssu NagsAK CUIIIIIW i tern
BEGINNING MONDAY, JAN. 7, 1963
Xro . For reservations call Charles ,- NE 3-O611

Strikes 'No table charge
utomatlc PW 101. : No Layoffs \.
: Fold Sick Leave Mte' New Fritndi

: PaId HoUdoys VacatIons wIt th Pfy I liberal' P.ns1oMail NOW APPEARING +'f FRIDAY, SATURDAY, SUNDAY-

, .. North Key<< Training Miami Beach of So., Fla.Fla. N Y.' Giants' All Prtf Tackle ROOSEVELT GRIERDrect t

Phone Wilson 5-5415 from the Ed Sullivan and Johnny Carson TV Show
Suite 31, 1110 N.E. 163r\1 St.
MAIL a Nome ............................................................ YOUR M.C. CHICKIE HORNE Admission . No ,table charge
4200 N.W..27th Avenue NEwton
COUPON 'Street . ..,.. ., .. ..... ... Apt. .......... 3.0611
I COMING
JANUARY 22 27 JOE WILLIAMS
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